What should happen if the Government doesn’t reach an agreement with the EU on the terms of Britain’s departure in the time given for negotiations?

Field work dates: 8 February 2017 - 9 February 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: What should happen if the Government doesn’t reach an agreement with the EU on the terms of Britain’s departure in the time given for negotiations?
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9 February 2017
Poll by ICM
Leave the EU anyway without a trade agreement despite uncertain effects on the price of goods and investment in Britain35%
Extend negotiations until a deal with the EU is secured that best protects Britain's interests34%
Suspend Britain's exit from the EU until the public are further consulted20%
Don't know12%

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    As you may know, the UK voted to leave the European Union in a referendum last year. Now, Parliament is debating a bill to lay out when and how the UK Government can negotiate the terms of Britain's departure.
    One thing under debate is what happens if the Government doesn't reach an agreement with the EU in the given time. At that point there will be a few options facing the Government. Which one of the following would you most support?

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