UK Trade Minister Liam Fox has stated that it is "entirely possible" that London will leave the EU on 29 March if the Parliament votes for Prime Minister Theresa May's deal.
He continued by expressing hope that the UK could avoid having to delay Brexit.
Fox said he doesn't think that the EU will offer a long extension to Article 50.
On 26 February, UK Prime Minister Theresa May stated that the UK Parliament would be able to vote on the government's deal no later than 12 March. If the deal is rejected, the Parliament will then vote on a no-deal scenario. If that option is voted down as well, the parliament will vote on a potential Brexit extension past the deadline of 29 March.