On 12 March 2019. the House of Commons voted 391 to 242 against approval of the Brexit deal worked out between Prime Minister May and the European Union. With the Brexit date currently set at 29 March, the House of Commons has scheduled two vote additional votes. On Wednesday, 13 March, they will vote to leave the European Union without any deal (“no-deal” Brexit), which is expected to be defeated. On Thursday, they will vote to extend the withdrawal date (under Article 50) to give the UK more time to negotiate a deal. The EU Council meets on 21 March, which is believed to be the date by which an extension would have to be requested.