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Theresa May is considering pulling the Brexit vote in Parliament that is scheduled to take place on Tuesday amid fears that her deal will be voted down by MPs in the House of Commons, according to various media reports.
But, despite the rumours, Downing Street insists that the parliamentary vote on May’s Brexit deal is ‘going ahead as planned’ and that the prime minister remains confident that her withdrawal agreement with the EU is the best deal for Britain and will be approved by fellow MPs.
May to deliver statement to Parliament
The prime minsiter is scheudled to make a statement in the House of Commons at 3:30pm GMT on Monday, with it rumoured that May may announce her resignation.