557 MEPs backed the resolution, while 92 voted against and 29 abstained.
The Parliament's Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt said the Cabinet disunity meant, "it's hard to make sufficient progress and it's hard to make the step towards the second phase of negotiations", Verhofstadt said.
He said he believed advancements could be made on the issue of citizens rights.
He said Brexit was: "An opportunity to make sure that all the decisions about the future of this country are taken by our parliament, our courts, our institutions".
The EU has repeatedly said that Brexit negotiations must focus on major divorce issues first, including the future rights of EU citizens in the United Kingdom, the EU demand that Britain stands by past spending pledges and how to prevent the re-emergence of a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
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"I think there is a little bit of an over-optimistic attitude about the extent of trade we can summon up with the Commonwealth countries", she said.
THE EU's chief negotiator has hit out at Theresa May for still having "serious divergences" on Brexit divorce bill as MEPs pass a motion calling for trade talks to be delayed.
In an attempt to counter Britain's left-wing Labour Party, May's speech to her Conservative Party on Wednesday balanced emphasizing the importance of free markets with a pledge to cap what she called "rip-off" energy prices.
Mr Barnier's view was also underlined by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, who said: "We first need to agree on the terms of the divorce and then we see if we can lovingly find each other".
But MEPs are expected to back the resolution which calls for the decision to be postponed beyond October's European Council summit.
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"There is no ransom, no exit bill, there is only the fact that when you decide to leave we ask you to settle your accounts - no more, no less than to pay what you agreed", Barnier said.
Mr Quayle is due to speak to over 20 members of the Party while at the event, with the Manx Government hoping his attendance will promote the Island's views on Brexit.
Barnier said that during the transition period requested by s May, Britain would have to abide by single market rules and pay into the European Union budget, a position seemingly incompatible with the Brexit "red lines" set out by Johnson at the weekend.
What is unclear is whether Britain can afford a divided position, with the day it will automatically exit the EU - March 30, 2019 - drawing ever-nearer.
However, it does make it very clear that the EU's only directly-elected body is unsatisfied with the talks so far, and will be a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May following her key Brexit speech in Florence, which was an attempt to break the deadlock.
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The Baker McKenzie study, produced in conjunction with the consulting firm Oxford Economics, found that WTO rules would result in tariffs and trade barriers such as increased paperwork that would drive up the cost of British goods and force European Union consumers to look for alternatives.