Oh I hear there are more Brexit delays for May.
Possibly. She has to go back to the EU before Friday for another extension, which she may or may not get. If the EU say no, then Britain crashes out of the European Union on Friday at 2300 with no deal.
The EU are unlikely to agree to a short extension because they say it will simply allow for more bickering in Parliament that will go nowhere.
May doesn't want an extension beyond 22 May because that would mean Britain having to take part in the European Elections (yes, I know... elections in an alleged "dictatorship"..!! Who'd have thunk it.?)
The EU might agree to a longer extension, say a year or possibly even two for the purpose of conducting serious talks, but as I said, that would mean Britain returning MEP's (Member of the European Parliament.... again, don't believe all you're told about the EU being undemocratic) to Strasbourg)
A long extension would have to be approved by all 27 member states.
Any long extension would most likely come with strings. The EU may agree to it if Theresa May makes a commitment to a General Election or a Second Referendum, or if there are some seriously negotiable proposals put forward that don't appear to be forthcoming at this moment in time. Spain may also threaten to veto any long extension if Britain refuses to discuss the sovereignty of Gibraltar. Their threat is very real, but the Irish are deeply concerned about this and there is a lot of talking going on behind the scenes. The Spanish backed off once before, it's impossible to tell whether they will be pressured into backing off again.
Another little problem for Theresa May, is the Yvette Cooper amendment to the Brexit Bill passed in the House last week... by 3 votes.... that makes it impossible for the Prime Minister to do anything that causes Britain to leave the EU without a deal.
So......... Although it is possible we could crash out with no deal by default on Friday night, the Prime Minister is in a position whereby she must - by law - do all she can to prevent that happening.
Her options are:
Obtain - by some miracle - an agreement in Parliament to accept the Withdrawal Agreement (not going to happen)
Obtain an extension on Article 50 - which she would like to do, but the EU is unlikely to agree to on her terms. If obtained it will have to be with concessions to the EU.
Call a General Election or a Second Referendum which would certainly obtain an Article 50 extension
Revoke Article 50.
Over to you, Prime Minister.