It is stuck now.
May said a second referendum on Brexit was not an option and that there was "no indication" that a new vote would solve the crisis faced by the country.
"Prime minister, take it off the table and have a serious discussion about how we approach the future", he said, warning May against any attempt "to blackmail MPs to vote through her botched deal on a second attempt".
He confirmed that Labour will table amendments to Monday's motion, putting forward its preferred solution of a customs union with a voice for the United Kingdom in future EU trade deals, a close single market relationship and protections for rights. We talked about the European Union and how the then prime minister David Cameron might respond to the rise of Ukip.
"We're examining impacts on our business in terms of business climate, securing human resources and currency fluctuations", the official said.
Given May's inflexibility on the basic contours of the ways in which Brexit is to happen, Labour and other parties said the Plan B may turn out to be a tweaked version of her defeated deal with the European Union, unless she agrees to changes on the basics.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, whose support she will likely need, said he won't join talks over a new plan unless the possibility of a no-deal exit was out of the question.
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"The government confirmed that she would not take 'no-deal'off the table", Corbyn said in a speech in the English town of Hastings, scene of a battle in 1066 that ushered in the Norman conquest of England. "But we have a government in name only".
Labour lawmaker Ben Bradshaw accused May of being "in a total state of denial" about how radically her Brexit plan needed to change.
Another backbench Labour critic, the east London MP Mike Gapes, criticised the party leader's attitude to talks, tweeting: "Apparently Corbyn is prepared to hold talks with Hamas, Hezbollah, Assad and Iran without preconditions".
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told reporters on Thursday that there were "strong fears" Britain would leave without a deal on March 29.
"The currency is in for another rough night, however, as investors prepare for the no-confidence vote in Theresa May and, dun dun dun, whatever fresh Brexit hell its aftermath brings".
Labour former prime minister Tony Blair said Corbyn must meet with the British leader. But not with the UK Prime Minister. "Of course you go and talk".
"I recognise that you would want to put forward your own proposals and I would be happy to discuss them with you".
And May herself is working on the tightest-possible deadline as Britain prepares to leave the bloc that for half a century defined its economic and political relations with the rest of the world.
But Downing Street refused to make such a concession, with the Prime Minister's official spokesman saying: "Want to leave with a deal but she is determined to deliver on the verdict of the British public and that is to leave the European Union on March 29 this year".