And although the prime minister has said she would not negotiate a Brexit delay that obliges the United Kingdom to participate in those elections to the European Parliament, she would not have a choice - unless she quits. "But we can't pre-commit to following whatever they vote for, because they might vote for something that is completely impractical", he added.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she still does not have "sufficient support" to bring her Brexit deal back to the House of Commons for a third vote.
Her de facto deputy David Lidington later assured Parliamentarians that the government "has honored the wishes of the House" after they voted in previous non-binding motions, including ruling out a no-deal Brexit and in favor of delaying the country's exit from the EU. "The best way now to deliver on Brexit is to vote for the Prime Minister's deal", he said.
If they defeat it, Britain has until April 12 to tell the European Union what it plans to do next: leave without a deal, risking economic chaos, or seek a long delay to Brexit and chart a course toward a softer exit or even remaining in the bloc.
His comments will give hope to Mrs May that she can still get the Withdrawal Agreement through the House of Commons before April 12.
In his resignation letter published on Tuesday, Alistair Burt, a Foreign Office minister, said, "Parliament should seek urgently to resolve the situation by considering alternatives freely, without the instruction of party whips, and Government should adopt any feasible outcome as its own in order to progress matters".
Labour set out what it wanted from a Brexit deal a long time ago and the PM's deal does not do that, which is why I voted against it.
For her part, May warned that the government might not abide by Parliament's decision, describing herself as being "sceptical" about holding indicative votes.
The only real opportunities to vote on alternative Brexit options in the Commons have come in amendments to Mrs May's "meaningful votes" on her Withdrawal Agreement and motions following its defeat. But if the DUP refuse to endorse the deal at the 11th hour Mrs May's chances of winning 75 more votes at the third attempt than she managed on March 12 appear to be shrinking fast.
A second amendment, seeking parliamentary approval for a no-deal Brexit should one be looming less than a week away - and with an option to delay the separation still further in an effort to negotiate around the impasse - was rejected 314 to 311.
But supporters of Sir Oliver Letwin's amendment said they did not trust the government to give MPs a say on the full range of Brexit options.
UK Members of Parliament began the process of taking control of the Brexit process from Theresa May's government on Monday (25 March), paving the way for a series of votes on alternatives to May's twice rejected Brexit deal.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn also warned the Government must "take this process seriously".
He added: "The government has failed and this House must, and I believe will, succeed".
A cross-party group will on Monday try to force a debate for later this week on the way forward, which could ultimately see MPs legislate to force May to change course.
Mrs May said there were not enough backers to support another referendum, a new agreement, or not leaving the European Union at all. "I am sure she will look at the will of parliament and say parliament has mandated me to go to Brussels with this solution", he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Monday.
A full-throated attack on the investigation also will be the centerpiece of Trump campaign events, including rallies, they say. That brought a hearty claim of vindication from Trump but set the stage for new rounds of political and legal fighting.
It's most directly associated with the game "Contra" developed and published by Konami in 1987 on video arcade machines. It will allow players to stream their games onto almost any screen, ranging from phones and tablets to tvs and laptops.
It works globally where Apple Pay is accepted, lets users track spending in the Wallet app, and focuses on transaction privacy. All of that, of course, is stored in the Apple Wallet app, so Apple figures there's no need to have it on the card.
The language to stop ammunition from being used, if added, would be part of a school safety bill. "We're just not going to do it". Both teachers who spoke with The Indy Star said they were not warned beforehand by the officers that anyone would be shot.
The hospital treating the wounded said seven Israelis were injured lightly by burns and shrapnel, including three children. He was going to speak at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and was to be hosted at a White House dinner.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Oakland County Health Division are urging people to get vaccinated. A person prepares a measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, which protects against 93-97 percent of measles cases.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a ban on assault rifles and military-style semi-automatics across the country. The slaughter, which he cold-bloodedly live-streamed, has rocked the normally laid-back country of 4.5 million.
His staff has already been in touch with the Justice Department on setting up Barr's testimony, according to a congressional aide. He also reiterated that he will ask Barr to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.
Passengers were suited up in orange life vests as the waves broke some of the ship's windows and cold water flowed over the floor. Helicopters have been airlifting the people one by one since Saturday night and the process could continue through Sunday.
Man caught on camera kicking elderly woman in the Bronx arrested
A 36-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying out a vicious attack on a homeless woman that was caught on video. He was arrested Saturday in Manhattan and charged with multiple counts of assault and harassment, the NYPD said in a statement.
Death of second Parkland student being investigated, police say
A dozen studies have found that people who die by suicide were more likely to live in homes with guns, according to Harvard's T.H. The student's death occurred on Saturday evening and is under investigation, said Coral Springs Police spokesman Tyler Reik.
Australia: Cyclone Veronica lashes west coast
A unsafe storm tide was also predicted to hit the region early this morning and damaging waves are predicted to bring inundation. A yellow alert was issued for people in communities from Wallal and Pardoo to prepare to take action.
Holder Casey and Cook share Valspar lead
Casey s lone bogey came on his closing ninth hole, finding bunkers with his first two shots and missing a six-footer for par. Johnson sits in a three-way tie for sixth at four under with Curtis Luck and round-one leader Joel Dahmen.