Heading toward the Brexit cliff

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Pro-Brexit leave the European Union supporters and anti-Brexit remain in the European Union supporters take part in a protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Tuesday, March 12, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May faced continued opposition to her European Union divorce deal Tuesday despite announcing what she described as

Pro-Brexit leave the European Union supporters and anti-Brexit remain in the European Union supporters take part in a protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Tuesday, March 12, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May faced continued opposition to her European Union divorce deal Tuesday despite announcing what she described as "legally binding" changes in hopes of winning parliamentary support for the agreement. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

Guests: James Blitz, Daniel Kelemen

This is a big week for Brexit, Britain and Prime Minister Theresa May. The British Parliament is currently in the midst of a series of votes on how withdrawal from the EU will actually take place, with May’s recent deal having been voted down. May’s proposals continue to be unpopular with just about everyone on all sides of the political spectrum. JAMES BLITZ, who writes the “Brexit Briefing” for the Financial Times joins us alongside Rutgers professor of political science, DANIEL KELEMEN.

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