Britain's parliament voted in favor of postponing the departure of the UK from the European Union by three months, while awaiting the approval of the Prime Minister's Treaty Theresa With Brexit within a week .
MPs in the House of Commons voted 412 to 202 on Thursday in favor of government movements announcing a one-off extension … for the purpose of passing the required legitimate EU exit "to June 30, if May's broadly maligned deal wins parliamentary approval on Wednesday next week.
Parliaments also voted mostly from 334 to 84 against an amendment proposing a second referendum. Despite the main opposition Party's superior support of the so-called "votes of the people", most of its MPs abstained.
A change to hold votes introducing the next steps in the Brexit process, which gives MPs the opportunity to take control of Brexit, has also lost only two votes.
May is expected to request an extension of Article 50 ̵
If Mayo fails to win parliamentary approval for his deal by March 20, Brexit delay may be extended more than three months. British lawmakers have largely rejected his treatment of EU divorce twice.
A lukewarm EU waiting for delay
On Thursday, a spokesman for the European Commission, the executive body of the EU, said any delay in Article 50 requires "the united agreement of all 27 members of the state ", citing 27 other EU-producing countries, minus the UK.
Consideration of EU leaders will give "priority to the need to ensure the functioning of the EU institutions" as well as taking into account "the reasons and duration of a possible extension", the spokesperson said.
The European Council must meet the next March 21-22.
Guy Verhofstadt, the leader of Brexit's spokesperson of the European Parliament, said in a tweet that there is "no reason at all" for the European Council to agree on a delay "unless there is a clear majority in the House of Commons for something accurate. "
MPs vote on Wednesday to rule out Brexit's no-deal under any c ircumstances of 321 votes to 278.
The vote is not legally binding, however, and therefore does not allow the possibility of the UK to appear on the block without agreement in terms of its removal.
Brexit's contract broke down May, again
It came one day after the MPs voted 391-242 against the May plan, on Tuesday, less than 24 hours after he claimed to be the winner significant concessions from Brussels in the conflict of conflicts called the "backstop" clause.  The result was marked by a second defeat for two months for prime minister in his Brexit strategy after the MPs remarkably rejected the proposed recovery agreement by margin of 230  in January .
Leader of the main Labor Party opposition Jeremy Corbyn said after Tuesday's vote that May's plan on leaving the EU was "dead" and called on the government to use his proposals for in an alternative
The EU said no other terms of withdrawal would be available in the UK except for May's treatment in months of fractious back-and-forth negotiations, however. 
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