Lawmakers in parliament's lower House of Commons defied May's plea to end a political deadlock over Brexit, defeating her withdrawal agreement by 344 votes to 286.
European Union president Donald Tusk on Friday summoned leaders to an extraordinary summit on April 10, after British lawmakers again rejected the draft Brexit withdrawal deal they agreed with Britain.
Tom Brake, a Liberal Democrat MP, told Al Jazeera that while May's deal is "as dead as a dodo", he was confident Parliament would take the initiative on breaking the Brexit impasse next week. The protest march which started on March 16 in Sunderland, north east England, finishes on Friday March 29 in Parliament Square, London, on what was the original date for Brexit to happen before the recent extension.
The UK continues to grapple with a self-made Brexit crisis, stemming from the government's inability to agree on the proper terms with which it will exit the European Union following the decision to do so two years ago.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at church, in Sonning, Britain, March 31, 2019.
Moreover, a British government minister plans to back a plan for a customs union with the European Union when parliament votes on Monday on alternatives to Theresa May's Brexit plan, the ITV reported.
Ex-PM Sir John the situation should be taken over by a national government to resolve the crisis.
Michel Barnier, the EU's Brexit negotiator, said that the EU would agree to put a permanent customs union in the political declaration, the text drafting the United Kingdom and EU's future relationship, should the United Kingdom choose to ask for one.
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The latest decision to reject May's divorce deal has completely blurred the Brexit process as to how and when or even whether Britain will leave the European Union or not.
Exhausted of waiting, MPs this week gave themselves unprecedented powers to vote on a range of options for Britain's future relationship with the EU.
A proposal for a new customs union got close to passing in a first round, as did a plan for a referendum on May's deal, with more voting planned next Monday and Wednesday.
But May's Northern Irish allies, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), still held out, saying planned arrangements to keep open the Irish border after Brexit remained unacceptable.
Mr Benn said he hoped the latest defeat for Mrs May's deal will "concentrate minds" and help build a clear majority for one of the Brexit options.
"The genie is out of the bottle, we are going to leave but I'm afraid to say. we've got some more battles to fight".
Speaking to talkRADIO on Friday, Mr Farage said: "I think that our Parliament, our political class, our Government, our two-party system have shown themselves to be incapable of delivering the will of the people". But with a divided party and the Conservative minority government fraying at the seams, either May or a new leader may choose to hold one sooner rather than later. A group of 170 of the 314 Conservative MPs signed a letter sent to The Sun on Saturday that rejects a long extension to Article 50.
Labour would work with MPs across party lines around a number of soft Brexit options, he said. I think British politics need a revolution.