What is Going on with Brexit?

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Pro-Brexit activist Joseph Afrane holds a placard as he demonstrates outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London on March 28, 2019. Faced with losing all control over the Brexit process, British Prime Minister Theresa May looks to have played her final card by announcing she will step down if MPs approve her Brexit deal. (Photo: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images)

Friday, March 29 was supposed to be Brexit Day, when the United Kingdom would officially leave the European Union. Instead, members of the British Parliament continue to reject Prime Minister Theresa May's negotiated deal for the split, delaying any final action. As a key vote is set to take place Friday, we'll check in on Parliament's options and what they'd mean for the U.K., Europe and the global economy.


Rob Watson, political correspondent, BBC

Yasmeen Serhan, London-based assistant editor, The Atlantic

Amanda Sloat, Robert Bosch Senior Fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe, Brookings Institution