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Theresa May could lose control of what happens next on Brexit.

Theresa May to give MPs vote to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit

The UK government is preparing to stage a series of so-called indicative votes on Brexit.

UK will be forced to accept US food standards in a Brexit trade deal with Trump, warns former trade chief

The UK's former trade chief Sir Martin Donnelly tells Business Insider there are no obvious benefits of a post-Brexit trade deal with Washington.
President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker (L) and European Council President Donald Tusk (R) speak during a press conference after the end of the first day of the European Summit on March 21 2019, in Brussels.

The EU gives the UK a short Brexit delay to avoid a no-deal exit

The United Kingdom will now not leave the EU on March 29.
French President Emmanuel Macron listens to questions during a meeting with mayors of oversee territories in Paris on February 1, 2019, as part of the 'Great National Debate' designed to find ways to calm the yellow vest (gilet jaune) movement protest.

Macron says UK must accept a no-deal Brexit if MPs again reject May’s deal

"In the case of a 'no' vote, we would go towards a no-deal," French President Emmanuel Macron said at a summit of EU leaders.
Theresa May addresses the nation after requesting a three month delay to Brexit.

Theresa May has now pushed Britain right to the point of a no-deal Brexit

The chances of Britain leaving without a deal, long assumed to be small, have greatly increased over the past 24 hours.

Theresa May asks the EU to delay Brexit until June 30

Theresa May has written to the European Council's president, Donald Tusk, asking that Brexit be delayed beyond the Article 50 deadline of March 29.

Theresa May abandons request for long Brexit delay after Cabinet revolt

Theresa May will now only seek a short extension to the Brexit process of around 3 months.

What does John Bercow’s explosive intervention mean for Brexit?

Theresa May is set to ask the European Union for a Brexit delay lasting up to 12 months after the challenge of getting her deal got harder.
British Prime Minister Theresa May outside Downing Street.

The closer we get to Brexit, the more solid the majority against it is

While the UK government struggles to deliver Brexit, the British public is increasingly against leaving the European Union, according to polls.