With 109 days until a final deadline, the United Kingdom's governing coalition seems unable to finish the Brexit process it launched all the way back in 2015.
Driving the news: Tomorrow’s “meaningful vote” was supposed to deliver our first bit of real clarity on what comes next for both Brexit and PM Theresa May.
What's next: May's options aren't pretty, but there's a waterfall of potential outcomes if Parliament votes no, as the N.Y. Times sketches out...
Between the lines, via Felix Salmon: The longer that Britain goes with no idea what’s going to happen on the final Brexit day, the more that fear and uncertainty will eat at the economy. Both the ruling Conservative party and the country as a whole are now effectively leaderless, at a time when effective leadership is of paramount importance.
The bottom line: These options aren't great unless you're clinging to hope for a hard Brexit or a U-turn to Remain, and it's hard to see the benefit for the Brits in delaying much longer.
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A child stands next to the "Fearless Girl" after a ceremony to unveil the statue's new location across from the New York Stock Exchange. It has been moved from Bowling Green Park, where it stood across the iconic Charging Bull statue for over a year.