After the extent of the Conservative rebellion over The Chequers Statement became apparent, some polls called for a three-way preference between “Remain,” “Deal” and “No Deal.” The results in this case depend largely on the choice of the electoral system – a first-step post system, for example, could see a great victory for Remain, since coordination is shared between the two leave options.  On 27 March and 1 April 2019, a series of indicative votes were held, including a referendum on the withdrawal agreement among the proposals. All proposals failed, with those who voted for such a referendum receiving 268 votes in favour, 295 against and 71 abstentions (a majority of 27) in the first round, and 280 votes for,292 against and 62 abstentions (a majority of 12 votes) in the second round. In both rounds, it was the proposal that was the second time to obtain a japtive majority. And after a day of heated debate in Parliament on Monday, the government won a first vote on passing the bill at the next stage with 340 to 263. In the weeks that followed, May sought legal changes in the so-called “Irish backstop” of the agreement. She was finally assured that the UK could suspend the backstop in certain circumstances. But on 12 March, Parliament voted against the revised Brexit deal by 391 votes to 242. EU heads of state or government have warned that the vote will lead to a Brexit without a conclusion. Two days later, MPs voted to delay Brexit.
In the face of inexorable opposition, May postponed a parliamentary vote on the deal on 10 December. The next day, she met with Chancellor Angela Merkel to get assurances that she hoped would be enough to convince skeptical lawmakers to back the deal. But while she was gone, radical conservatives triggered a vote of no confidence. May won the vote the next day. On Monday, the House of Commons passed a controversial new bill released by the government. On Thursday evening, the member of the House of Commons ratified the government`s withdrawal agreement by 330 votes to 231. The most important elements of the draft agreement are: The withdrawal agreement also contains provisions for the United Kingdom to leave the Convention setting the status of European schools, the United Kingdom being bound by the Convention and the accompanying regulations concerning accredited European schools until the end of the last academic year of the transition period. , i.e. at the end of the spring semester of 2020-2021.  After the second defeat of May`s divorce agreement, the European Council met on 21 March in Brussels to decide what to do next. EU leaders have given May two options: postpone Brexit until 22 May if MPs vote in favour of the withdrawal deal, or postpone it until 12 April if they vote against the deal.