May will hold a THIRD vote on her Brexit deal

UK - Theresa May signalled she could hold a third vote on her Brexit deal tonight as the only way to get Britain out of the EU withing weeks. A new vote could be held as soon as next week following tonight's fresh humiliation in the Commons where Remain MPs hijacked the PM's plan to end the immediate risk of No Deal on March 29.

Amid chaotic scenes, MPs voted twice against No Deal as a raft of pro-EU ministers abandoned the PM in a crucial vote and abstained. In the main vote, MPs voted 321 to 278 to rule out No Deal. The new defeats prompted May to tell MPs they have a week to agree her Brexit deal or face delaying the country's exit from the EU - potentially for years. With a new 'meaningful vote' looming - just 24 hours after the ailing PM lost the second one by 149 votes - deep splits began to emerge among Brexit hardliners tonight.

The leaders of the European Research Group Jacob Rees-Mogg, Steve Baker and Mark Francois vowed to fight on for a No Deal and defeat Mrs May's deal for a third time. But Tory Simon Clarke admitted he and other Eurosceptics may have to vote for the deal 'with a gun to my head' if it is brought back for a third time. Speaker John Bercow will preside over the new votes tomorrow.

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