Struggling with a severe sore throat, May’s voice was barely audible when she told the commons that she would go to Brussels to ask for a short delay to Brexit – but only if the commons approves her deal next week .
But many people are not impressed with the PM's plan – and are asking when the public will get the chance to vote again on Brexit.
Chancellor Philip Hammond discussing a third and maybe even a fourth meaningful vote on #r4Today.
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May has warned MPs that if her deal fails again to get their backing, a lengthy delay to Brexit may be needed.
Her warning comes ahead of a Commons vote today on whether to ask the EU for permission to delay Brexit beyond 29 March.
Although no date has yet been set for the third so-called "meaningful vote", The Independent understands it could take place as early as Monday, leaving time for a fourth attempt before 20 March if it is defeated again.