Labor's Stella Creasy asks May if she thinks that's the best way to advise what Next would happen to Brexit, a holding would be a town hall meeting.
Mai says that she will soon make an announcement about how she will ask for views on what to do next.
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May Refuse to Eliminate Application for Another Article 50 Expansion
Martin Vickers, A conservative asks for assurances May never look for another extension of Article 50.
May thanks Vickers for the deal's support, but ignores his question.
- May refuse to request another extension of Article 50
Mary Creagh of Labor says May will not have a stable majority for Brexit laws in the Commons receive, unless it contains plans for a people vote, which she says is labor policy, which was adopted at conference.
Jonathan Djanogly, a conservative, asks if the talks with Labor have a structure. Will MEPs know more after the break?
May says if Britain has to reach an agreement in good time so it will not have to vote in the European elections, May has a timetable.
Labor's Chris Bryant asks May if she intends to maintain this parliamentary session by October 31st.
May says she is currently settling on the parliamentary deal deal.
Antoinette Sandbach, a Tory-Pro-European, says her constituents are pleased to see the government in talks with Labor. A referendum poll revealed that only 35% of respondents felt that they would leave the Single Market and Customs Union. And she tells May that the trust and delivery partners, the DUP, undermine trust and do not deliver the votes.
Labor's asks Karen Buck May when she will decide whether she can submit an EU resignation agreement.
May says it will depend on how the talks are going with Labor.
Sammy Wilson, the DUP deputy, asks May to name all questions to which the UK has said no to the EU ,
May says she opposed a customs union that lived only in Northern Ireland, and resisted an exit bill of £ 100 billion.
Alistair Burt Tory's pro-Europeans, asks May whether she allows for free votes in indicative polls.
May thanks Burt, who recently resigned from the government, for his work as a minister. But she leaves his question.
Labor's Owen Smith says May would bring her deal through Parliament if she added a referendum to it.
May says she has already handled this.
Chuka Umunna, former Labor MP, now sitting with the Independent Group, says May has her party in front of her country posed. Will May faces the Brexiters in her party and considers a referendum.
May says she has already answered.
Labor's Stephen Kinnock asks for assurances that full membership of the Single Market by the EEA is an option in all elections.
In May, the UK does not have to be a full member of the Single Market to receive its benefits.
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Richard Harrington, the Tory-Pro-European, asks May if she would like to use a preferential voice system when she holds electoral votes got to.
May says that she would discuss this with Labor. There are a number of options, she says. However, she wanted a system that delivered a clear result.
Labor's says Peter Kyle Members of Parliament seem increasingly afraid of having voters. Is not it time for MEPs to look into how they can use public ballots to get people to vote and how they can lead people to facts?
May praises the way Kyle has campaigned for a confirmatory ballot. But she says that nobody is afraid of the voters. Many people would understand a second referendum as a sign of evil, she says.
May says she believes a second referendum would increase the split just as the government manages it must bring together.  9:30 EDT
Stephen Doughty of Labor says the attempt to decouple a vote on their deal from a vote on a second-ballot vote will be for many Labor Members are unacceptable.
May says MPs think they should deliver Brexit.
Mark Francois, of Tory Brexiter, says "perseverance" is a virtue, but sheer stubbornness is not ". What will May do if Corbyn breaks down the talks and calls for a vote of confidence?
Mai says she will continue to work for the Conservatives to stay in office.
UPDATE: This is from the former Labor Party deputy Ian Austin who now sits as an Independent.