Uk Prime Minister has ensured that she plans to organize another vote on her Brexit deal as soon as possible, but the MPs have been approved an Easter recess so that they can get time to “ reflect on the issues”.

Coming back from Brussels after EU leaders admitted to delaying Brexit until 31st October, the UK Prime Minister was greeted by some in parliament but confronted from others.

UK Prime Minister told the MPs they had a “national duty” for passing a separation deal as soon as possible – raising hope that Brexit could be executed before 22nd May so that the UK can bypass taking part in the European parliamentary elections.

She pledged that parallel settlement discussions with Labour would be chased in a “constructive and positive fashion” as officials from both parties resumed their negotiations in Westminster.

Jeremy Corbyn replied by inviting for “all options remain on the table ”.

Labour MPs also lied to pinch the UK Prime Minister for declining to disclose what “red lines” she would drop to secure their support.

Meanwhile, the leader of the DUP  Arlene Foster directed to Brussels to promise that its rival to the pulling back agreement “won’t diminish”.

And Tory Brexiteers persistently banged Mrs. Theresa May for declining to follow a no-deal Brexit. Mark  Francois charged the prime minister of “sheer obstinacy” while Sir Bill Cash called on her to quit. As per the sky sources, Whitehall has pulled back its operational support for a no-deal Brexit.

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