The EU will terminate Britain's membership of the bloc on 1 July if the country does not take part in the European elections scheduled for 23-26 May, according to a document seen by the Financial Times. If a longer extension was sought, that would mean taking part in the elections, something likely to fuel Eurosceptic anger.
European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans told Germany's Funke newspaper group in comments published Saturday that Britain must know why it needs a delay.
He told Germany's Funke newspaper "as long as this isn't clear, Brexit can only be delayed for a few weeks, exclusively to avoid a chaotic withdrawal" on March 29. "I believe in the situation we are in a extension would be rational", said Tusk in a press conference.
The main motion was backed by MPs from across the various political parties, however most Conservative MPs voted against the motion.
There is some controversy about the third "meaningful vote", given that, ordinarily, parliament would not be able to vote on the same thing a few times.
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MPs are set to vote on the latest version of her Withdrawal Agreement by March 20, with Tory MPs and the DUP still seeking further legal assurances over the Irish backstop element of the deal.
Barry Lockey, who arrived in Sunderland carrying a flag with the message "Get Britain out: Time to leave the EU", said that the event is about supporting democracy.
The government said it would ask for a "technical" delay until 30 June to pass necessary legislation if MPs finally approve the deal next week.
"You don't just have a short, technical extension to our membership of the European Union, you nearly certainly need a significantly longer one to find a time for parliament to come to a majority verdict", he told BBC radio. A key reason she lost the second ballot was because only 43 of the 118 Tory MPs who voted against her deal in January switched to the Government's side.
On Thursday, MPs voted to ask the European Union to delay Brexit beyond the current 29 March departure date.
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"As this suggests markets may be vulnerable to any downside surprises, we do not yet see attractive risk/reward to enter structural long GBP or bearish United Kingdom rates outright positions", BNP Paribas analysts wrote.
May says she wants to minimise any delay in leaving the European Union to just three months, but to achieve that she will need parliament to back her deal at the third time of asking early next week, possibly Tuesday.
Mr Farage said: "If politicians think they can walk all over us, then we're going to march back and tell them they can't".
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which has 10 lawmakers in parliament, is close to changing its position for the first time after receiving a promise that the government would put into law a requirement that there be no divergence between Northern Ireland and Britain, the Spectator magazine said.
That has hardened attitudes and accelerated a search for ways to force MPs to choose the deal - including the threat of a long extension, dreaded by Brexiteers.
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