THERESA May is taking her Brexit deal right down to the wire with plans for a third vote on her deal next week.

MPs voted to seek an extension of the Brexit date of March 29.

It will allow the Prime Minister to bring her deal back for a third time on Tuesday before she goes to the EU Summit to formally ask for an extension.

However if she fails for a third time there is the possibility of a fourth vote.

MPs passed the Government motion seeking an extension of Article 50 by 412 to 202

If MPs reject her deal for a third time it means a longer extension will be required and she may be denied the opportunity to bring back the deal for a fourth vote.

It could see the UK leave with no deal despite the vote against that in the House of Commons on Wednesday.

The legal position is still that the UK leaves the EU on March 29 with or without a deal.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the Prime Minister’s plan and no deal are dead.

HE said he “re-itereated our support for a public vote as a realistic option to break the deadlock.”

However earlier a bid to force a second referendum was been rejected by MPs.

An amendment by opposition MPs including two SNP MPs was overwhelmingly rejected by 334 to 85.

The bid was moved by independent Sarah Wollaston, SNP MPs Phillipa Whitford and Joanna Cherry, and one Labour MP.

The Labour leadership however did not support the motion stating it was not the time to be calling for a second vote.

As MPs went through the lobbies to vote the Labour MPs remained in their seats, abstaining on the vote.

The amendment called for Article 50 to be extended to allow for a second referendum to be held which would have included remaining in the EU.

The SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford accused Labour of “hypocrisy”.

He said Labour “flunked the opportunity to put a referendum of the table.”