UK Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will not bring the meaningful vote on the Withdrawal Deal to House of Commons for a third time as she believes there is “still not sufficient support” for it. She was addressing the House of Commons after a weekend of crisis talks with her Cabinet and members of her party following the EU27’s decision to grant her a short extension until 22 May on the condition she gets the Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament. If she cannot get MPs to ratify the deal, which has already been defeated twice, the UK will either crash out of the European Union on April 12 without a deal or be forced to register for the European Parliamentary elections in May and commit to a longer extension. She said she knew her Brexit deal was a “compromise” but stressed that if MPs backed it they would be out of the EU within two months with no more extensions. MPs will today vote on a series of amendments to a neutral government motion on Brexit. This means Parliament will hold a series of non-binding votes on which next steps it would like the Government to take.