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The endorsement came as pressure grew on May to rule out a no-deal Brexit if her agreement is rejected by MPs next week.
"The only way to avoid no deal is to vote for the deal", Mrs May told lawmakers in the House of Commons.
A no-deal Brexit remains the default option if the Parliament doesn't back May's agreement on January 15, even though a majority of lawmakers supported a motion on Tuesday created to reduce the chances of Britain tumbling out of the bloc on 29 March.
Amid chaotic scenes in the chamber, MPs backed an amendment requiring the PM to come back to the Commons within three working days to set out her Plan B if her Withdrawal Agreement is rejected in next week's vote. Lawmakers would have the power to amend that plan.
Enraged Conservatives accused him of breaking parliamentary protocol - later one senior Tory suggested Mr Bercow had shown "bias" - after he supposedly defied the advice of the Commons Clerk and allowed MPs to vote on an amendment to a business motion.
He wrote: "Parliament can establish that it wants no deal to be ruled out". The vote, which saw 20 legislators from May's Conservative Party rebel and side with the opposition, indicates that a majority in Parliament opposes leaving the European Union without an agreement and will try to stop it happening.
Corbyn has been lukewarm in his support of a second vote on Britain's membership of the EU.
She is hoping new proposals on Northern Ireland will change enough MPs' minds to save the deal. But the bloc refuses to reopen the agreement, and opposition to the negotiated deal remains strong among British lawmakers.
Josh McDaniels will forgo head coaching vacancies, remain with Patriots
However, the NFL is a copycat league and with the success of Sean McVay and the Rams, everyone is trying to find the next McVay. According to Bruce Feldman and Adam Schefter , Kingsbury met with the Jets Monday and will meet with the Cardinals today.
Thousands protest controversial citizenship bill in India's Assam
Mizoram and Meghalaya governments have opposed the Bill by adopting resolution against it in their respective cabinet meetings. Assam police spokesman Mukesh Agarwal said more than 700 demonstrators were arrested.
Saudi woman leaves Bangkok airport hotel room
If sent back, she said she would likely be imprisoned, and is "sure 100 percent" her family will kill her , she told AFP . As per a New York Times article, Alqunun boarded a plane to Thailand while her family was on a holiday in Kuwait.
"Almost nothing of what was promised during the referendum campaign has been delivered and as such I will be voting against the Prime Minister's Deal next week".
Carmakers have warned that their factories, which rely on the constant delivery of parts to enter production cycles, would be severely damaged if Britain leaves the European Union without a trade deal, forcing the need for customs checks at borders.
He claimed that Labour's alternative Brexit deal was "practical and achievable, and clearly has the potential to command majority support in Parliament".
She suggested she was confident of getting further assurances from the European Union to ease their concerns and offering Northern Ireland more control over the "backstop" arrangement to prevent the return of a hard border with European Union member Ireland.
Labour has said it will seek a confidence vote in the government if it loses next week, and is also likely to press for a general election.
They should have voted last month, but the vote was deferred when it became clear May would lose by a massive margin of between 100 and 200 votes.
He also refused to answer a direct question as to whether he would resign rather than see no deal, saying: "I would always work and fight to make sure that the policy of the Government is to have a good deal, to avoid what I think would be a disaster which would be no deal".
Weber said a no-deal withdrawal would "lead to very hard, perhaps even chaotic situations".
"I don't think the British public are served by fantasies about magical, alternative deals that are somehow going to spring out of a cupboard in Brussels", Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington told BBC radio.
"It's not so possible to do that sort of thing on fresh food, so that's where the pinch point would be if there were to be a no-deal", Chief Executive Dave Lewis said.