The EU Commission have said a no-deal is likely after the Commons voted against Theresa May's withdrawal agreement for the third time.

MPs rejected the Prime Minister's deal with a majority of 58 on Friday afternoon, meaning the UK will be leaving the EU on April 12.

Read more: MPs reject Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement

President Donald Tusk has called for a summit to be held two days before the exit date.

The EU Commission say that in light of the rejection, a no-deal scenario is very likely.

They say they have been preparing for this scenario for the last two years, and now they are ready.

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A spokesperson said: "The Commission regrets the negative vote in the House of Commons today.

"A “no-deal” scenario on 12 April is now a likely scenario.

"The EU has been preparing for this since December 2017 and is now fully prepared for a “no-deal” scenario at midnight on 12 April.

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They added: "The EU will remain united.

"The benefits of the Withdrawal Agreement, including a transition period, will in no circumstances be replicated in a “no-deal” scenario."