March 29 was supposed to be the day Britain would leave the European Union, or what's known as Brexit. But the deadline has been pushed back to next week, amid legislative wrangling over a deal that would govern how Brexit would work. Eight different options were debated and ultimately rejected by parliament last week.
Political analysts say the odds are not good for the options being debated this week, either. And so again, the U.K. could face a situation in which Brexit happens with no deal in place, or the deadline could be pushed back again.