The PM's deal will be put to another vote next week, just 15 days before the country is due to leave the European Union on 29 March, after MPs including four rebellious Cabinet members (Amber Rudd, inset) voted to permanently rule out No Deal Brexit.
Also earlier this week, the government motion to delay Brexit and extend Article 50 beyond 29 March won by 412 votes to 202.
The vote means Theresa May will now head to Brussels next week seeking to extend Article 50 to June 30.
The motion also included a proposal to hold a third vote early next week on May's twice-rejected deal.
MPs voted 413 to 202 for Prime Minister Theresa May to ask the European Union for a delay on Brexit, a majority of 211.
This week alone, lawmakers voted to defeat May's withdrawal agreement, to rule out leaving the European Union without a deal, and to seek a Brexit delay.
BREXIT DELAYED? The government narrowly averted an attempt by lawmakers to seize the agenda on March 20 with the aim of forcing a discussion of alternative Brexit options - possibly limiting May's options when she takes her case for delay to the EU.
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The Government won the vote on giving Parliament the opportunity to choose another Brexit approach by just two votes, with 16 Tories rebelling against their party.
Meanwhile, most MPs from the ruling Conservative Party voted against delaying Brexit - including seven cabinet members - meaning May had to rely on Labour and other opposition votes to get it through.
May plainly intends to present the withdrawal bill for a third time next week, despite the fact that that would seem to be a breach of parliamentary rules that say a bill that has been submitted and voted on can not be re-presented in the same parliamentary session unless it has been substantially changed.
Postponing Brexit gives May some respite, amid a crisis that has shredded her authority and obliterated her control of a fractious Conservative minority government.
The prospect of a long extension period would be the stuff of nightmares for hardline eurosceptics, anxious that Brexit may never happen and could strengthen PM May's hand as she pushes to get her deal over the line.
But another defeat for her deal, a third in a row, could lead May to decide the game is up and that it is time to quit.
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The British government is holding talks with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, which has strongly opposed the Brexit divorce deal.
"It's still really hard to see how the numbers stack up for Theresa May, but she's giving it one more go", he said. The short delay would be to allow the necessary legislation to be passed.
"A people's vote is the only way out of this Tory Brexit disaster", Ms Siddiq told the New Journal this evening (Thursday).
Officials and national leaders in the bloc are exasperated at the events in London.
"Under no circumstances an extension in the dark!" tweeted the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator, Guy Verhofstadt. They will meet at a summit in Brussels on March 21-22. The EU rules out reworking the deal May accepted.
In another sting for the beleaguered May, U.S. President Donald Trump said he was "surprised at how badly" the Brexit negotiations have been handled. Brexit supporters say in the longer term it would allow Britain to thrive and forge trade deals across the world.
The President of the European Council's intervention on Twitter this morning will bolster claims that the United Kingdom would not leave the EU until 2021 unless Mrs May (pictured outside Downing Street last night) can persuade the DUP and Brexiteers to back her divorce deal. "Something has to give".
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