March 2019 - Which of these scenarios re A50 extension is most likely (not what you want, but what do you think will happen?)
The UK will not ask for an extension, we will exit with May's deal - basically the same one previously strongly rejected by the Commons
We will leave with No Deal on 29th March, having not asked for an extension
We will ask for an extension, the EU won't grant it, so we fall out without any deal on 29th March
We are given an unconditional extension which is very short, maximum six months and cannot take part in EU elections in June
We are given an extension for one or even two years, with no conditions, but may not vote in the June EU elections
We will be given a one or two year extension and allowed to vote in the June EU elections, but we must undertake to have a Second Referendum. If the Second Referendum is still to leave then the EU parliament deputies from the UK will leave on the day the UK leaves.
Select up to 3 answers.
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