May has spoken by phone to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker twice in the past 24 hours. That would give her a little more time for negotiation, but it also might spell the end of her office.
The EU will not budge on the backstop, and that means either Parliament will have to accept the previous agreement with the EU, vote for a no-deal exit, or delay Brexit for more negotiations.
And chances are that will also succeed, regardless of May winning tomorrow's provisional vote or not.
"The British Prime Minister is traveling to Strasbourg this evening I understand to try to finalize an agreement if that's possible", Coveney told reporters in Dublin.
"These resolutions will remain in place until the board determines that the ownership and control of the company is no longer such that there is any risk to the airline licences held by the company's subsidiaries pursuant to EU Regulation 1008/2008", Ryanair said.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is seen outside Downing Street in London, Britain, March 11, 2019.
Lawmakers are expected to try and make changes to the text of the statement to show that there is majority support for an alternative course of action or to make backing the deal conditional on something such as a second referendum.
When negotiations between the European Union and the British government were at a low ebb, Juncker shook the British leader's hand before a similar meeting.
"May has two strategies: threaten no Brexit, and threaten no deal", said Benjamin Martill, a Dahrendorf Forum researcher at the London School of Economics who studies UK-EU relations.
Due to the sensitive nature of the region and because the free passage is one of the crucial articles of the 1998 Belfast Agreement, the U.K., EU, Northern Ireland and Ireland all reject the idea of returning to a hard border where checkpoints and customs buildings will need to be installed.More news: British ISIS bride Shamima Begum's newborn son has died in Syria
"The situation is very fluid but the market is perceiving hard Brexit scenarios as increasingly unlikely", said Vassili Serebriakov, a macro strategist at UBS Securities LLC in NY.
"The EU will continue working intensively over the coming days to ensure that the United Kingdom leaves the EU with an agreement".
Former education secretary and pro-Remainer Nicky Morgan warned the PM's position at No.10 could become untenable if her Brexit policy was "dismantled" by parliament.
"Now is the time to come together to back this improved Brexit deal and to deliver on the instruction of the British people", May said.
Under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the United Kingdom is set to formally leave the European Union on March 29 with officials on all sides working hard to secure a withdrawal agreement to avert a chaotic no-deal Brexit.
The deal was heavily rejected in January and May has yet to agree with Brussels any of the changes that parliament has asked for.
May has already survived a leadership challenge from within the Conservative Party, which means there can not be another one before December.
For all of the prime minister's weaknesses as a politician - her repetition of talking points has earned her the nickname "the Maybot" - she has proved remarkably durable.