Theresa May has ruled out a third Commons vote on her Brexit deal on Tuesday.
She tells MPs there is not enough support in Parliament at the moment for another meaningful vote, but she continues to have discussions with MPs to see if they can be convinced to vote for the deal.
In her statement to MPs, she says that the EU Council has reiterated again that there “could be no re-opening of the withdrawal agreement”.
The UK has an extension to 11pm on the 12th of April, she says, in the event that no deal is agreed by Parliament.
Any further extension, and the UK will need to take part in elections for the European parliament.
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