Neither the agreement for withdrawal from the European Union (EU) so painstaking negotiated by Theresa May's government nor any other plan for delivering on Brexit has been able to win majority support in the United Kingdom's parliament. As a result, not only is Britain's future relationship with the EU completely in doubt: so is the future of the British constitutional order. In this talk, Scripps College Professor David Andrews will identify the United Kingdom's remaining Brexit options, explain what should be done, and outline what is likely to happen instead. Andrews' research focuses on transatlantic relations, economic statecraft and European integration. His books include Governing the World’s Money (2002), The Alliance Under Stress: Atlantic Relations after Iraq (2005), International Monetary Power (2006), and Orderly Change: International Monetary Relations Since Bretton Woods (2008). He received his Ph.D. from MIT (Ph.D., political science), and joined Scripps College faculty in 1993. In 1998, he helped found the European Union Center of California, and served as its director until 2016.