‘You have FAILED!’ Health Secretary SLATED by TV host as MPs vote to DELAY Brexit

“But it also makes clear what the EU has made clear which is that if we don’t vote for the deal, which I very much hope we will get the chance to vote on next week, if we don’t vote for that deal then the only alternative is a long extension.

“That’s what the EU has said. Last night the House of Commons took no deal off the table. Tonight the House of Commons has taken a second referendum on the table.

“And I want to see the Prime Minster’s deal – delivering Brexit, delivering on the result of the referendum – and that is still just about possible although very difficult by the 29th March.”

Although the Prime Minister’s 149 margin was reduced from the record 230-vote defeat of the first “meaningful vote” in January, Mrs May was left far adrift from a majority with just 15 days to go to the scheduled date of Brexit on March 29.

However, she still proposed the prospect of a third “meaningful vote” on her EU Withdrawal Agreement within the next week.

Mrs May warned if the deal – which has already been twice rejected by massive majorities – is not approved, a longer extension will be needed, requiring Britain to take part in the European Parliament elections in May.

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