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Theresa May will decide on Monday whether to cancel MPs’ February break and make them work at weekends as time runs out to pass Brexit legislation before Britain leaves the EU.

The Prime Minister will summon the Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and the Chief Whip Julian Smith to an emergency meeting to carve out the necessary parliamentary time in the three months left before the March exit date.

Aides have already warned Mrs May she is likely to end up with “bad legislation” because she has delayed the meaningful vote for so long that there is little time left to scrutinise new arrangements, whether she ends up with a deal or not.

Mrs May resisted pressure from Labour to shorten MPs’ Christmas...

Theresa May will decide on Monday whether to cancel MPs’ February break and make them work at weekends as time runs out to pass Brexit legislation before Britain leaves the EU.

The Prime Minister will summon the Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and the Chief Whip Julian Smith to an emergency meeting to carve out the necessary parliamentary time in the three months left before the March exit date.

Aides have already warned Mrs May she is likely to end up with “bad legislation” because she has delayed the meaningful vote for so long that there is little time left to scrutinise new arrangements, whether she ends up with a deal or not.

Mrs May resisted pressure from Labour to shorten MPs’ Christmas...

Theresa May will decide on Monday whether to cancel MPs’ February break and make them work at weekends as time runs out to pass Brexit legislation before Britain leaves the EU.

The Prime Minister will summon the Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and the Chief Whip Julian Smith to an emergency meeting to carve out the necessary parliamentary time in the three months left before the March exit date.

Aides have already warned Mrs May she is likely to end up with “bad legislation” because she has delayed the meaningful vote for so long that there is little time left to scrutinise new arrangements, whether she ends up with a deal or not.

Mrs May resisted pressure from Labour to shorten MPs’ Christmas...

Theresa May will decide on Monday whether to cancel MPs’ February break and make them work at weekends as time runs out to pass Brexit legislation before Britain leaves the EU.

The Prime Minister will summon the Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay and the Chief Whip Julian Smith to an emergency meeting to carve out the necessary parliamentary time in the three months left before the March exit date.

Aides have already warned Mrs May she is likely to end up with “bad legislation” because she has delayed the meaningful vote for so long that there is little time left to scrutinise new arrangements, whether she ends up with a deal or not.

Mrs May resisted pressure from Labour to shorten MPs’ Christmas...