On 29 March 2019, the United Kingdom was scheduled to leave the European Union. The EU has granted the UK an extension until 22 May, with a decision due by 12 April. Yet less than a month from this deadline, the outcome and modalities of the UK’s departure are more uncertain than ever. No Deal, Theresa May’s Deal, Common Market 2.0, a second referendum and other pathways to No Brexit are all swirling through the British public and parliamentary debate. And whatever may be decided by 12 April, the future political and economic relationship between the UK and the EU will remain highly indeterminate.