British Prime Minister Theresa May warned lawmakers on Sunday that failing to deliver Brexit would be catastrophic for democracy. May spoke two days before a vote in parliament on her Brexit deal. Parliament remains deadlocked over how to proceed with Brexit and was expected to vote against the deal. May was expected to speak on the subject later today that she believes that lawmakers blocking Brexit is now a more likely outcome than Britain leaving the EU without an agreement. May’s deal has come under fire from all sides, with opponents of the EU seeking a cleaner break and many pro-Europeans pressing for a second referendum. Analysts say that with the clock ticking down to Britain’s March 29 exit from the EU, Britain faces a hugely uncertain path that could lead to a disorderly exit or even remaining in the bloc.