U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has given herself another four weeks to save the Brexit deal that she says is still the only way to avoid a chaotic split from the European Union (EU).

Last week, May called off a parliamentary vote scheduled for Dec. 11 on the withdrawal agreement after concluding it would be defeated amid overwhelming opposition from politicians across the House of Commons. She's still hoping for more concessions from the EU, and on Monday announced that the deal will finally be put to a vote in the week of Jan. 14.

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