MPs have voted heavily in favour of delaying Brexit until June 30th if May's deal is rejected a 3rd time.
At this point though I can't see the EU agreeing even without Italy threatening to veto it. It's just asking for an extension to drag the current situation out, not because there's another (viable) plan.
Return_of_the_STAR wrote:What's the obsession with may wanting brexit before the summer holidays? I want to know I can drive to Spain easily this summer the uncertainty much be causing issues for holiday providers surely.
She wants to secure a legacy as the Prime Minister who ended Freedom of Movement before she's forced out.
I could see it being allowed due to it being on the proviso that, if it's rejected this time, there's actually a pre-determined course of action to be taken so, technically, it's a vote for something different.