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Brexit: MEPs plan to consider alternatives to the deal for the premiere
Tuesday: Teresa Mee met her cabinet. Tuesday was considered a possible day for the so-called Nar. A third significant vote on Ms May's withdrawal agreement. On Monday, however, the prime minister said the deal did not have enough support to get through the municipalities "as things stand". Wednesday: This is when indicative votes are to be held – you do not yet know whether MEPs will be able to freely vote on how they want or be targeted on party lines. The prime minister also has to address the Conservatives Committee in 1922. MEPs will also vote to change Brexit's date in the UK from March 29.
Thursday: Possibility to vote with three votes. The prime minister can hope that Brexiteers will finally decide to throw his weight behind her. Friday: This is written in the law as the day the UK leaves the EU, although the prime minister said you are going to pass legislation this week to remove it. The earliest Brexit is likely to happen now is April 12th.