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Labour's John McDonnell indicated that MPs would "move heaven and Earth" to block a no-deal Brexit and continued to suggest the party could back a call to put a Brexit deal to a public vote. If her deal falls again, and there is no attempt at a fourth vote, there might be a longer extension, possibly until at least December 2020, which is when the planned transition period, had a withdrawal been agreed, was planned to end.

Despite legal action or threats thereof, the government could either keep the current MEPs in place, or allow the MEPs to stay but not vote, or appoint representatives instead or even just hold elections when we get around to it later in the year, if ever.

Shadow housing minister Yvonne Fovargue, shadow education minister Emma Lewell-Buck, shadow business minister Justin Madders, Ruth Smeeth, a shadow ministerial aide, and Labour whip Stephanie Peacock, all quit their roles to oppose one. May does have a point; if Parliament votes no-deal, then Brexit will be further delayed due to re-elections. Britain voted to leave, but negotiations between Britain and the European Union have been slow and at times acrimonious, and the 585-page withdrawal agreement produced after two years of talks has been rejected twice by Britain's divided Parliament.

Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington said the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit had "diminished" with Thursday's votes. The next day, they voted to reject a no-deal exit.

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But instead of hitting 9-iron, he went with a 3-iron. 'Everything is good, Woods told Golfweek. "It's not real complicated". Just judging the distance, balls going miles and would never stop in the fairways. "I haven't got the best record on 17".

A possible scenario is the government seeking an extension to Brexit, and the European Union is likely to take a decision on March 21.

"If the proposal were to go back to square one and negotiate a new deal, that would mean a much longer extension - nearly certainly requiring the United Kingdom to participate in the European Parliament elections in May", she said in an article in the Sunday Telegraph.

A Downing Street spokeswoman said: "She has been working tirelessly to make a deal and she will continue to do that".

And it could also use the same tactics to fend off the requirement to hold EU Parliament elections in May, however long the Article 50 extension is.

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He expressed hope from the International Cricket Council ( ICC ) to take action for politicising "the gentleman's game". Ties between the two boards have deteriorated sharply in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack.

Thirdly, Ms Rudd abstained from voting on the government's amended motion ruling out a no-deal Brexit, which was also passed.

Health Secretary Matthew Hancock said it would be "extremely difficult" but "still possible to deliver Brexit on 29 March with a deal".

"If she presses on with her own deal I think we still have to go on and look at other options and get a common objective".

Following the votes, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reiterated his support for a further referendum after earlier ordering his MPs not to vote for one. "We should not run that risk", he told the EU's member states on Friday evening.

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He then travelled the length and breadth of the country, engaging in marathon debates with local politicians and voters. But for seven hours they continued to be pelted with paving stones by mostly black-clad demonstrators.

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