Brexit: It's Complicated : Planet Money Tomorrow the UK Parliament will vote on Brexit... again. Today, we take a look at what's happening, why Brexit is taking so long and what's at stake.
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Brexit: It's Complicated

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Brexit: It's Complicated

Brexit: It's Complicated

Brexit: It's Complicated

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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - OCTOBER 17: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C-L) and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (C-R) give statements to the media. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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Tomorrow the UK Parliament will vote on a Brexit deal put forth by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. And the vote is shaping up to be a tight one.

Previous Brexit deals put forth by former Prime Minister Theresa May have been rejected by Parliament. Will tomorrow's vote see a win for the Brexiteers, or will the UK be back to the drawing board?

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