Corbyn said he'd prefer to see a negotiated deal than a second referendum.
The Prime Minister faces widespread opposition to the existing agreement, primarily because of language created to prevent the reintroduction of physical border controls between Northern Ireland and Ireland.
Mr Hunt suggested that legally binding assurances from Brussels over the deal's controversial backstop arrangements should be enough to allay the fears of many MPs over the long-term impact of the agreement.
A "technical" extension until July is a probable first step to give May extra time to revise and ratify the current deal once Downing Street has a clear idea as to what will command a majority in the Commons.
The UK is poised to leave the EU on March 29, two years after it triggered Article 50, the exit clause in the EU's constitution, and kick-started arduous negotiations with European leaders over a divorce deal.
The "technical" extension to the Article 50 period being considered by the European Union would mean Brexit would be postponed until at least July - more than three years after the 2016 referendum.
The BBC estimates that May's deal is likely to be supported by about 240 MPs, far short of the number needed for passage.
Speaking the day before MPs vote on her withdrawal agreement, the PM will claim that some in Westminster will use "every device available to them" to "delay or even stop Brexit". That's much sooner than would have otherwise been the case.
He said: "What recent events have shown, with events over the last week with what happened on the legal advice where the Government was forced to act in a way it didn't want to, is the uncertainty in terms of what will happen in the House has increased".
Former Conservative prime minister John Major wrote in the Sunday Times that the government itself should revoke Article 50 and ask parliament to consult on the options before calling another referendum.
It says that a leaders' summit to push back Brexit is expected to be convened once a British request is received.
One of May's opponents in the Labour Party said he would table a vote of no confidence in the government if she loses.
The new governor criticized the lawman's handling of the February 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School . DeSantis named Gregory Tony , a veteran of the police department in Coral Springs, Broward County, as Israel's replacement.
The report claims that the 31-year-old is leaving as Chelsea have a policy of providing one-year extensions to players over 30. Will I sit down with him? "As a Chelsea fan I just don't think you could knock him if he went".
Alqunun, from Hail in northwestern Saudi Arabia, had said she feared she may have been killed if forced to return to her family. Ms al-Qunun said she would be departing for her new home "soon" and has been assigned an apartment in an unknown town or city.
By Tuesday evening, Erdogan was declining a meeting with the USA national security adviser who had arrived to the Turkish capital. Since then, on January 7th he tweeted that the USA will "leave at a proper pace while at the same time continuing to fight ISIS".
A delegation of the Syrian Democratic Council, the political wing of SDF, arrived in Russian Federation last week for talks. The PKK is blacklisted as a terrorist group by Ankara, the United States and the European Union.
New representatives are traditionally sworn-in over a Bible, but it is only a custom and no specific book is called for by law. But Tlaib's enthusiastic will likely rankle conservatives because of her use of profanity.
The statement , issued in Russian, identified the American using a name that appeared to translate as Paul Whelan. Russian officials denied Butina is one of their agents. "There were simply no grounds for it".
Trump campaigned for office on a platform of ending USA involvement in foreign trouble spots, such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. Mr Trump said the USA could use Iraq as a forward base if "we wanted to do something in Syria ", Reuters news agency reports.
Vic Fangio Named Denver Broncos Head Coach
Denver completed its interview with Fangio on Monday, a day after the Bears were eliminated from the playoffs. He did a strong job of putting together a staff a year ago , but Fangio and the defense was already in place.
Trump to travel to Southern border Thursday, Sarah Sanders says
That effort is created to squeeze Senate Republicans , some of whom are growing increasingly anxious about the extended shutdown. The dispute between the White House and the Democrats centers on Trump's demand for 5.7 billion dollars of border wall funding.
Signs of GOP unease over shutdown as White House talks start
She won the speakership by 220-192 vote over the Republican leader Congress Kevin McCarthy, who is now the House Minority Leader. She added that spending money on "more infrastructure at the ports of entry" and better technology would be more efficient.
Canadian parliamentarians go to China in spite of tensions
Neither China nor Canada have directly linked the two men's cases, but they led to speculation of retaliation for Meng's arrest. China's prosecutor-general said the two accused of endangering national security had violated the law "without a doubt".
Veteran Bollywood actor-writer Kader Khan has passed away
The trio delivered blockbusters like Saajan Chale Sasural, Hero No. 1, Coolie No. 1, Dulhe Raja and Haseena Maan Jaayegi. The "Pink" actor had sent out prayers hoping for Khan's quick recovery after he was hospitalised in Canada.
Dow Suffers Record-Breaking Christmas Eve Losses
The president on Christmas Day cast fresh doubt on the record of Powell, whom he has increasingly blamed for the market weakness. Treasury yields also reversed direction after rising sharply on Wednesday, dropping three basis points to 2.765 per cent.