The Labour leader said the prime minister was in denial about her own deal's lack of support after MPs rejected by a margin of 149 votes. "Last night's vote finished off her deal".
Following the vote on the main motion of the day, which was carried by 412 votes to 202, Corbyn spoke to the House, arguing that, "May's deal and no deal are simply no longer an option", after this week's votes.
"Since her Brexit deal was so overwhelmingly rejected, the Prime Minister has recklessly run down the clock, failed to effectively negotiate with the European Union and refused to find common ground for a deal Parliament could support".
The opposition will initially focus on opposing no deal - which is expected to be defeated on Wednesday - and believes that an extension to the March 29 deadline is inevitable because more time is needed to negotiate an alternative, the Guardian reported.
According to a survey by Conservative Home, support for the beleaguered Prime Minister's Brexit deal has actually doubled among Tory party members.
She said the Government will continue to work to leave the European Union with a "good deal", adding on Mr Corbyn: "He doesn't agree with Government policy, he doesn't even agree with Labour Party policy".
Another 18 Labour MPs voted against the amendment, highlighting the divisions in the Labour party.
The Chancellor is said to have pushed.
Dr Wollaston added on her second referendum proposal: 'For young people in this country, they face being wheeled into the operating theatre for major constitutional, social and economic surgery based on a consent form that was signed by their grandparents almost three years ago'.
The House of Commons rejected Wollaston's amendment by 334 votes to 85, with some 25 Labour MPs voting for a second referendum in defiance of the party whip to abstain.
"I believe we have a good deal".
"We take note of the votes in the House of Commons this evening", the spokesman said. To take no deal off the table, it is not enough to vote against no deal - you have to agree to a deal. She won the vote by 412 to 202.
Other ministers believe genuinely, still with around two weeks to go, and an European Union summit next week, there is still time to try to manoeuvre her deal through - somehow. "So can the prime minister tell us, exactly what her plan is now?"
Amid reports Brexiteer ministers have been granted a free vote on this proposal, Tory MP Steve Baker told BBC News the plan - which would see Brexit delayed until 22 May - was "eminently reasonable".
He referenced the official People's Vote campaign, who have said they do not back the proposal tabled by Independent MP Sarah Wollaston.