Brexit roundup: How is British media reacting to May's defeat?

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May reacts after the results of the vote
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May reacts after the results of the vote Copyright REUTERS / UK Parliament Jessica Taylor
By Michael-Ross Fiorentino
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British MPs profoundly rejected May's Brexit deal for a second time by a margin of 149 votes. The House of Commons now prepares to vote again today on whether the UK should leave the European Union without a deal on 29 March. So how is British media reacting the morning after this brutal defeat?

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British MPs rejected UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal by a margin of 149 votes Tuesday night.

The House of Commons now prepares to vote again today on whether the UK should leave the European Union without a deal on March 29. If this is rejected, MPs will vote again on Thursday on extending Article 50.

So, how is British media reacting after this historic defeat?

An extension would be a national humiliation. The UK must leave the EU on time
The Telegraph
Parliament has failed (again), so let the people decide Brexit with a Final Say referendum
The Independent
While Brexit goes from bad to worse, the UK economy continues to confound gloomy forecasters
Alex Brummer
The Daily Mail
The prime minister got one thing right: we can’t blame the EU for this
Polly Toynbee
The Guardian
This Parliament of pygmies has sold the British people down the river by voting down Theresa May’s deal
The Sun
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