Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage weighed in.
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EU leaders are to decide on Wednesday whether to grant the UK a second Brexit extension and by how long.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May made a last-ditch tour to garner support for another Brexit extension ahead of Wednesday's European summit.
EU leaders give Theresa May a Brexit delay until October 31.
European Council President Donald Tusk has suggested a Brexit delay of up to a year that could be shortened, ahead of a decisive summit in Brussels.
British MPs have this afternoon endorsed Prime Minister Theresa May's request to the European Union to delay Brexit until June 30, adding weight to the pitch she will make to EU leaders in Brussels on Wednesday.
Leaders from the other 27 EU countries meet on Wednesday to decide on the UK’s request for a Brexit delay until June 30.
The UK Prime Minister will hold face-to-face meetings with the German and French leaders in advance of the emergency Brexit summit on Wednesday. Theresa May is continuing to face strong resistance from within her cabinet to a long Brexit delay,
British Prime Minister Theresa May says a compromise deal with Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party is still possible.
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The UK’s main opposition leader has agreed to seek a Brexit compromise plan with Prime Minister Theresa May.
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Theresa May took questions in Parliament as another Brexit deadline loomed
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British Prime Minister Theresa May has called for a further delay to Brexit and said a "short extension" to article 50 is needed.
The EU says no deal Brexit is now more likely than ever before but hopes to avoid it
A petition to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit passed 6 million signatures on Sunday.
MPs will vote on another series of Brexit options on Monday, as May could bring her withdrawal deal back for a fourth time.
After acknowledging the third defeats of her governments' Brexit deal, Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs they must agree "on a way forward".