Previous votes had indicated only a minority of the House of Commons supported crashing out without a deal.
Labour's Sir Keir Starmer said that after the 149-vote defeat of her Withdrawal Agreement on Tuesday, Mrs May's mantra of "my deal or no deal" should be "dead and buried".
Meanwhile, the Government has announced that around 87 per cent of import tariffs could be slashed if the United Kingdom leaves the European Union without a deal, The Timesreported Wednesday, and there would be no controls at the Irish border, with all goods crossing into Northern Ireland doing so without checks for a "strictly temporary" period.
The prime minister herself tabled a motion to stop a no-deal Brexit from happening on March 29, while also acknowledging that it was impossible to take it off the table for the future without passing some kind of withdrawal deal.
"We could seek to negotiate a different deal".
"The prime minister has recklessly run down the clock, failed to effectively negotiate with the European Union and refused to find common ground for a deal parliament could support".
So I really don't see how Geoffrey Cox could drop his formal legal advice of last November that "the protocol [which contains the backstop] would endure indefinitely until a superseding agreement took its place" and the "Withdrawal Agreement cannot provide a legal means of compelling the European Union to conclude such an agreement".
"Constituents have been intensely interested in Brexit and the consequences of the referendum, since that vote, but even more so over the last few months".
So what happens on March 29?
A third vote Wednesday further affirmed Parliament's conviction to reject a no-deal Brexit under any circumstances - it passed 321 for and 278 against.
Voting against leaving without a deal and for extension does not solve the problems we face.
Farage - a staunch Brexit supporter - expressed his opposition to the deal, saying it would not support the UK's best interests. However, a non-binding version did pass in a tight vote in January, 318-310.
After MPs crushed her deal for a second time on Tuesday, May said it was still the best option for leaving in an orderly fashion. "And that is that uncertainty will continue for our citizens and our businesses".
"The Prime Minister has run down the clock and the clock has been run out on her", Mr Corbyn said.
The agreement's prospects further dimmed Tuesday morning when U.K. Attorney General Geoffrey Cox offered his assessment of the revisions.
To some Parliamentary observers, the proceedings sounded a death knell not only for May's plan - but perhaps her leadership. If that is the case, there will be another vote on Thursday to determine whether the Brexit should be postponed. Many fear the chaos that option could bring, and few members of Parliament are likely to vote in favor of it. They will vote according to their own conscience.
Guy Verhofstadt, the head of the Brexit Steering Group in the European Parliament, said on Wednesday he is "against any extension of Article 50, even for just 24 hours", unless the House of Commons comes out in support for a particular way forward.
Hopes of a deal rose overnight after a last-ditch mission to Strasbourg by Mrs May to secure concessions that she hoped would avert a second heavy defeat in two months.