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UK parliament facing Brexit decisions, more drama and deadline

Updated : March 10, 2019 07:21 PM IST

With Britain scheduled to leave the European Union in less than three weeks, UK lawmakers are poised to choose the country's immediate direction from among three starkly different choices: deal, no deal or delay.

Britain's main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, centre right, stands to talk to lawmakers inside parliament, London. Prime Minister Theresa May insisted Wednesday that Britain will leave the European Union on schedule next month, amid signs that her promise to give Parliament a vote on delaying Brexit was boosting support for her unpopular EU divorce deal. (Mark Duffy/UK Parliament via AP)
Britain's main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, centre right, stands to talk to lawmakers inside parliament, London. Prime Minister Theresa May insisted Wednesday that Britain will leave the European Union on schedule next month, amid signs that her promise to give Parliament a vote on delaying Brexit was boosting support for her unpopular EU divorce deal. (Mark Duffy/UK Parliament via AP)
Remain supporters shelter from the wind and rain across the street from parliament in London. British Prime Minister Theresa May has offered Parliament the chance to delay Britain's scheduled March 29 departure if lawmakers fail to approve her divorce agreement with the bloc.(Jonathan Brady/PA via AP)
Remain supporters shelter from the wind and rain across the street from parliament in London. British Prime Minister Theresa May has offered Parliament the chance to delay Britain's scheduled March 29 departure if lawmakers fail to approve her divorce agreement with the bloc.(Jonathan Brady/PA via AP)
Protestors react as they demonstrate in front of the Houses of Parliament in London. Britain's chief law officer said Wednesday that Brexit negotiations with the European Union had got to
Protestors react as they demonstrate in front of the Houses of Parliament in London. Britain's chief law officer said Wednesday that Brexit negotiations with the European Union had got to "the meat of the matter," after Northern Ireland's top civil servant warned that the disorderly UK exit could destabilize both the economy and the peace process. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
The European Parliament's top Brexit official Guy Verhofstadt pauses, as he talks during a debate about Britain's Brexit split from the EU at the European Parliament in Brussels. Verhofstadt says he does not want a long extension of the Brexit departure date and not one that would go beyond the May elections for the legislators. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
The European Parliament's top Brexit official Guy Verhofstadt pauses, as he talks during a debate about Britain's Brexit split from the EU at the European Parliament in Brussels. Verhofstadt says he does not want a long extension of the Brexit departure date and not one that would go beyond the May elections for the legislators. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May gives a speech in Grimsby, Britain. Battling to stave off a second defeat for the unpopular deal, May also implored the EU to help her make
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May gives a speech in Grimsby, Britain. Battling to stave off a second defeat for the unpopular deal, May also implored the EU to help her make "one more push" to get her Brexit agreement through a skeptical British Parliament.(Christopher Furlong/PA via AP)
Britain's main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn addressing Scottish Labour's Annual Conference, in Dundee, Scotland. (Andrew Milligan/PA via AP)
Britain's main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn addressing Scottish Labour's Annual Conference, in Dundee, Scotland. (Andrew Milligan/PA via AP)
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