MPs have begun to postpone the outcome of Brexit ahead next week's scheduled vote on Theresa May's amended deal.
Mrs May wants to meet MPV on Monday
But Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn said the Prime Minister was denial about the level of opposition to her deal.
Among the MPs
An official Labor Party amendment says MPs should be able to vote for options as the party's
Mr Corbyn said: the outcome of a dispute is that of the European Union amendmen t allowed MPs "to end this Brexit deadlock" and prevent the "chaos" from leaving the EU without a deal.
But Mrs. May warned that another EU referendum could threaten the UK's "social cohesion."
Among the other plans are put forward by MPs are:
- An amendment by Labor MP Rachel Reeves is at the ready at a meeting with the Prime Minister.
- A bill from Labor MP Yvette Cooper 26 February
- An amendment by Labor MP Hilary Benn which asks MPs to take a non-binding vote on four options: reconsidering Ms. May's deal, leaving the EU with no deal, seeking to renegotiate the deal or holding another referendum
Some ministers are reportedly backing the proposals to block a no-deal deal saying that dozens could
Amber Rudd has warned Mrs. May that up 40 ministers could resign.
'A proper say'
Last week MPs The United Kingdom's departure from the bloc by 432 votes to 202 ̵
Outlined hereafter on Monday, May May
But they promised Parliament a "proper say" in the next stage of negotiations on the future relationship between the UK and the EU.
Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic
The backstop is opposed by the United Kingdom many Conservative MPs and the Democratic Union Party because of the fact that they are becoming permanent and because of different rules for different parts of the UK.
MPs are due to vote on a modified version of Mrs. May's deal on 29 January.  Please upgrade your browser