Macron is among EU leaders that are today considering Theresa May's request to extend the Brexit deadline until June 30.
In a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk, UK Prime Minister Theresa May asked for an extension to her Brexit deal. May has proposed postponing Brexit until June 30 in order to find a plan to exit the European Union.
But if MPs do not back the withdrawal agreement then the EU will agree to a shorter delay until April 12.
Speaker of the House of Commons said on Monday that there would not be a third Brexit vote unless there is "demonstrable change" to May's Brexit deal.
“When will she develop a backbone and stand up to those that would take this nation to disaster?" MP asks embattled UK leader Theresa May.
"When the UK decided to leave the European Union, it was the decision made with some consequences," said Slovenia's foreign minister.
Theresa May’s deal was resoundingly defeated for the second time when brought back last week.
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British and other European MEPs react to the possibility of extending Article 50.
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British MEP Neena Gill says May has "always been fighting for her political survival".
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?