Solving the Brexit Deadlock by Lottery (because Blind Luck Trumps Biased Decisions)

Imagine today is the 10th of April, two days before the final day of Brexit extension. The Brexit Deadlock continues and the UK Parliament decide to run another indicative vote. Like the previous seven votes, none of the motions gained a majority but the gaps became smaller for six of them—which were defeated by fewer than 50 votes. The debates before the votes clearly suggest that all solutions are strongly supported by some but strongly opposed by others. None of the them show signs of receding despite the deadline.

The Prime Minister announced that she has had it enough . . .

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