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Now that MPs have voted resoundingly in favour of delaying Brexit, Theresa May will now request an extension to Article 50 from the EU.

The Prime Minister is against doing that, so why on earth would she?

Mrs May has made repeatedly clear that she feels a delay will not solve anything by itself. But Parliament has forced to change tack after MPs voted down her deal yet again and making clear it will not let a no-deal Brexit happen. 

In January, Mrs May avoided being directly compelled by Parliament to delay the Brexit vote when Labour MP Yvette Cooper's  amendment was defeated in the Commons by 321 votes to 298. The amendment would have required ministers to seek a delay to the end of the Article...

Now that MPs have voted resoundingly in favour of delaying Brexit, Theresa May will now request an extension to Article 50 from the EU.

The Prime Minister is against doing that, so why on earth would she?

Mrs May has made repeatedly clear that she feels a delay will not solve anything by itself. But Parliament has forced to change tack after MPs voted down her deal yet again and making clear it will not let a no-deal Brexit happen. 

In January, Mrs May avoided being directly compelled by Parliament to delay the Brexit vote when Labour MP Yvette Cooper's  amendment was defeated in the Commons by 321 votes to 298. The amendment would have required ministers to seek a delay to the end of the Article...

Now that MPs have voted resoundingly in favour of delaying Brexit, Theresa May will now request an extension to Article 50 from the EU.

The Prime Minister is against doing that, so why on earth would she?

Mrs May has made repeatedly clear that she feels a delay will not solve anything by itself. But Parliament has forced to change tack after MPs voted down her deal yet again and making clear it will not let a no-deal Brexit happen. 

In January, Mrs May avoided being directly compelled by Parliament to delay the Brexit vote when Labour MP Yvette Cooper's  amendment was defeated in the Commons by 321 votes to 298. The amendment would have required ministers to seek a delay to the end of the Article...

Now that MPs have voted resoundingly in favour of delaying Brexit, Theresa May will now request an extension to Article 50 from the EU.

The Prime Minister is against doing that, so why on earth would she?

Mrs May has made repeatedly clear that she feels a delay will not solve anything by itself. But Parliament has forced to change tack after MPs voted down her deal yet again and making clear it will not let a no-deal Brexit happen. 

In January, Mrs May avoided being directly compelled by Parliament to delay the Brexit vote when Labour MP Yvette Cooper's  amendment was defeated in the Commons by 321 votes to 298. The amendment would have required ministers to seek a delay to the end of the Article...