PM concedes lack of support for deal as MPs seek to take control

Theresa May says she is sceptical about ‘indicative votes’ plan but edges closer to ruling out no-deal Brexit

Theresa May has urged MPs not to condemn Britain to a “slow Brexit” this week, as she conceded she did not yet have the support in parliament to bring back her deal for a third meaningful vote.

After gathering Brexit-backing grandees at her country retreat of Chequers on Sunday, and speaking on Monday to the DUP leader, Arlene Foster, and the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, May said she had reached the conclusion she could not yet win the vote.

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