"We now all need to hold our nerve to get the changes this House requires and deliver Brexit on time".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn accused May of "recklessly running down the clock" on her deal before the United Kingdom leaves the European Union on 29 March, in order to give MPs a choice of her deal or none at all.
May responded that she wanted negotiations "settled before Christmas" and said the best way to end uncertainty was "with a deal".
"What are these negotiations at a "crucial state" raised in the House of Commons?"
"The issue is whether Brussels is clear on the terms of extension". "In the end they will probably just give us an extension".
'We agreed a bridge but it came out as a safety net'.
Justine Greening, the former Education Secretary, accused Mrs May of "cobbling together enough support" to win a Commons vote through attempted "grubby backroom deals" with Tory Brexiteers and Labour MPs.
"Advisers advise and ministers decide - but he seems to have got this the wrong way round".
Publicly the Prime Minister has always insisted the United Kingdom will leave on time - although a number of Cabinet ministers have raised the possibility of an extension.
But another senior Brexiter said "the trouble with Mr Robbins is that he is a draughts player in a chess world".
"We are in danger of drifting into no deal by accident", she said.
The prime minister is essentially asking for more time to get something to show for her promise of changes to the controversial backstop.
But she said it also recognises the development of the UK's independent trade policy.
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And there were signs of unease in Tory ranks at the idea of Mrs May exploring means of bringing the Labour leader on board in her search for a Brexit deal.
"The argument is now about how to get out of the backstop", Mr Johnson told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
Even May - who had shelved the vote at the time of its originally planned December date - could not pretend the loss was minor, agreeing to give parliament time to debate its confidence in the government the next day. "The way forward is cross-party, not kicking the can towards a disastrous no deal", he said on Twitter.
Conservative MEP David Campbell Bannerman, said: "The truth is out". I'm afraid, Mr Speaker, that is simply not the case. They attacked trade union rights through the Trade Union Act, opposed the minimum wage, introduced employment tribunal fees and the public sector pay cap.
"Our country is facing the biggest crisis in a generation and yet the prime minister continues to recklessly run down the clock", Corbyn said. But May in turn blamed Labour for increasing uncertainty by failing to support her deal.
If London and Brussels manage to reach a deal for an orderly Brexit, the bilateral agreements between Switzerland and the European Union will continue to apply to Britain until the end of the transition period, the statement said.
In a statement to parliament to update lawmakers on her negotiations with the European Union to secure changes to the Brexit deal, May said she wanted lawmakers from all parties to back the Brexit deal she is aiming to strike, citing the need to pass further legislation to prepare for Britain's exit from the EU.
"Opposing no deal does not rule it out".
May is to address British lawmakers on Tuesday, one day ahead of when she was expected to report back to MPs on the progress of the talks, and any alternative plans.
But the premier is now promising MPs they'll have another chance to do that by February 27. She has not indicated she will move one iota away from her rejected deal or any of her red lines. "She is playing for time, and playing with people's jobs, our economic security and the future of our industries".
The backstop is a commitment to prevent checks on goods and people returning to the Northern Ireland border in the event of no deal.
That will then be followed on Thursday by a debate and voting on a number of amendments.