"How it's achieved is not something to be purist about".
They can either back her original withdrawal agreement with some minor, and probably unsatisfactory to all concerned, clarifications; or, they can commit themselves to a "no deal" Brexit, which would be disastrous. It's not possible to predict the future.
Anti-Brexit protestor outside the Houses of Parliament, in Westminster, London.
The premier will try to mollify her critics and earn herself another two weeks' breathing space, with the promise of further opportunities to have a say over what happens next if she can not get a deal by February 27.
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The move follows the announcement by May on Tuesday that she will make a further Commons statement on February 26 and table an amendable motion to be debated and voted on by MPs the following day, if she has not got a deal at that point.
Mrs May is expected to say: "The talks are at a crucial stage".
"By getting the changes we need to the backstop; by protecting and enhancing workers' rights and environmental protections; and by enhancing the role of parliament in the next phase of negotiations I believe we can reach a deal that this house can support".More news: U.S. commander says N.Korea unlikely to give up all nuclear weapons
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"Got to make them believe that the week beginning end of March (.) extension is possible but if they don't vote for the deal then the extension is a long one".
"Many businesses are threatened with extinction".
Mrs May's refusal to change her civil service team in the wake of that heavy defeat last month, sticking by Mr Robbins as she attempts to renegotiate her deal, has further fueled tensions.
Stewart said a letter from May to Corbyn in response to an earlier letter from Corbyn shows she is willing to compromise, but not on key issues.
The Commons Leader said she would stay in the Cabinet to help Mrs May deliver Brexit and denied that the PM was softening her stance over a customs union in a letter to Mr Corbyn.
Guy Verhofstadt met with the British Brexit negotiator Stephen Barclay on Tuesday but again was left emptyhanded when the envoy of Prime Minister Theresa May left his office.
The Prime Minister was heckled as she denied running down the clock, telling Mr Corbyn that she had "wanted to have this sorted before Christmas". No to a customs union. Corbyn was May last week, the support of his party in view, if you accept a customs Union and access to the EU internal market.
During another fractious debate in the House of Commons, the prime minister made no new concessions on policy other than to stretch the deadline for agreeing a deal until the brink of the UK's formal exit from the bloc, due on 29 March.
The companies that run the Channel tunnel are suing the British government over its award of ferry contracts to handle freight shipments in a no-deal Brexit, just days after the 13.8 million-pound ($17.8 million) contract with Seaborne was scrapped when it became clear the company - which doesn't own any ships - wouldn't meet its requirements.