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And Then There Were Six

With the rejection of Theresa May’s divorce deal with the European Union, the U.K. must now figure out the way forward: Give May a chance to find the compromise she says she’ll seek; stage a fresh referendum; delay Brexit (scheduled for March 29); soften it; or bolt sharply, and chaotically, from the EU. These six politicians could help chart the course.

Dominic Grieve

62, Conservative Party

Grieve is a former attorney general who’s waged successful battles to secure a greater role for Parliament in the Brexit process. He’s also the reason May has to come back to Parliament with a plan B only three days after her original EU deal was thrown out. Earlier, he’d attached an amendment to May’s motion calling for

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