DUP MPs and Tory Brexiters are being warned by whips that rejecting May's deal a third time will lead to a big delay and a softer Brexit, nearly certainly including a permanent customs union with the EU.
May is expected to again submit the withdrawal deal to lawmakers next week, though it has already been rejected twice.
British newspaper The Times reported yesterday that senior EU officials and other European leaders told British Prime Minister Theresa May that "conditions for an extension to the Article 50 exit process would include the option of a second vote on EU membership".
Only a longer delay request that puts "something new on the table: a referendum, an election, some other deal" would be likely to gain European Union approval, Macron's office said.
After months of political deadlock, Britain's House of Commons voted 413-202 Thursday to ask the E.U.to delay the country's exit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has just had one of the most tumultuous weeks in her political career.
EU Commissioner for the Republic of Ireland, Phil Hogan, who is also the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, said that the United Kingdom plan was "a political stunt, pure and simple".
"I hope that MPs (lawmakers) of all parties will be over this weekend reflecting on the way forward", Lidington told BBC radio, adding the legal default was still that Britain would leave on March 29, unless something else is agreed.
The March to Leave set off from the North East city on Saturday morning, and will make its way over to London over a 14-day period, arriving in the capital on March 29, where a mass rally will take place on Parliament Square. And more Tory MPs now opposing May's Brexit deal have told party whips they would back it if the prime minister announced she would quit this summer.
Discussing the no-deal Brexit that numerous marchers are calling for, he said: "The impact that will have on businesses and on prices, and on the availability of things like medicines and so forth, it doesn't bear thinking about".
Mr Dodds said: "We have had a constructive dialogue".
The Prime Minister spent Friday in her Maidenhead constituency recovering from the throat infection that left her voice croaky this week.
Any delay will require the agreement of all other 27 European Union members, with talks about possible conditions for an extension to take place before next week's European Union summit, which begins on Thursday. And they oppose the present deal, while Ms. However this will require unanimous agreement from the 27 leaders, which is not guaranteed as the EU's chief negotiator and several leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron, have said there would need to be a good reason given.