Brexit: finding procedural consensus and ranked-choice referenda

Given the likelihood of May’s defeat this week, how does Brexit proceed? In the frenzied state of parliamentary gridlock, as the Brexit deadline becomes ominously close, legislators seem to lack any coherent plan of how to resolve the Brexit stalemate. In this article, I argue that if May’s deal fails, MPs’ first job should be to form consensus on the procedure for agreeing a majority position in the House of Commons.