Varadkar: DUP do not want no-deal Brexit

British lawmakers voted on Thursday night to allow the government to seek a delay for Britain's departure from the European Union. but the Conservative Party is still severely split

Instead, this is the time for Parliament to declare it wants an extension of Article 50 so that, after two-and-a-half years of vexed negotiations, our political leaders can finally decide on what Brexit means.

What many Brexiteers and the DUP are looking for is more political cover if they support May.

"Only this week, YouGov reported that 46 percent oppose the deal, while only 22 percent are in favour". Their discussions have focused on Attorney General Geoffrey Cox's "clarification" of his legal advice on the backstop.

His comments came after former cabinet minister Esther McVey, who resigned over the Brexit deal, suggested she and other MPs could now back it, even though it was "rubbish". Parliament voted this week to seek a delay of at least three months. House of Commons Speaker John Bercow chose four amendments for MPs to vote, which also include whether to allow MPs to take control of parliamentary business next Wednesday.

Q. How could Brexit be delayed and for how long?

It's been a turbulent few weeks in the Palace of Westminster and while Britons may all be bored silly by the sight of MPs arguing about what they think the people actually want, the drama shows no sign of stopping. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for Ms.

"There seems to be two emerging possibilities, one would be the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement by Westminster followed by a short extension into the summer which would allow them time to pass the necessary legislation or potentially a much longer extension of up to two years and the goal of that would be to allow other options to be considered, for example participation in Customs Union". That would then have to be passed by both the Commons and the Lords before March 29 to avoid a No Deal Brexit.

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"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.

Mr Curtice said: "But what of a softer Brexit?".

The source added: "It truly is the Hotel California Brexit, as No 10 has been making clear to the rebels".

The United Kingdom's divorce from the European Union has sown chaos throughout May's premiership and the Brexit finale is still uncertain.

If the vote is successful then she can ask for a "short technical extension" to Article 50.

But if the deal is again rejected, any request for a short delay would be "pointless" and as a result probably rejected by the European Union, it said. But it is something the British people would accept if it led swiftly to delivering Brexit.

One eurosceptic Conservative lawmaker Daniel Kawczynski said on Saturday he will now back May's deal because otherwise there is a risk Brexit may not happen.

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