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largely symbolic vote in Britain's parliament on Wednesday night is further evidence that the country's exit from the European Union may be ultimately delayed , you might also signal the resistance prime minister Theresa may is likely to face when she tries to push a re negotiate a deal with that you you through parliament next month , lawmakers have now overwhelmingly passed a resolution that asks the prime minister to formally put in writing a pledge that she made on Tuesday that pledge that if she fails again to come up with a deal they approve of parliament will get to decide on whether to push back the March twenty ninth deadline for the divorce but she said at the time would be limited to weeks or months not years an extension beyond the end of June would mean the U. K. taking part in the European Parliament elections , kind of message would that send Wednesday's resolution is non binding prime minister may isn't obligated to adhere to it but an administration spokesman says the prime minister is unlikely to walk back her promise either , list it might not be person's choice French president Emmanuel macron says that you should only allow it to late if Britain comes back to the table with a clear the new direction otherwise he says there'd be no point