No Deal is, I think, the most favoured option amongst Leave voters. A Farage success in the EU elections would reinforce that and may concentrate minds in the HoC to come to a sensible compromise rather than a No Deal brexit happen by default
A lot depends on who the next PM is and whether Boris or a hard Brexiteer manages to get on the shortlist of 2 the party members get to vote on.
But what else is there left to Compromise? IF the EU maintain their stance that the deal negotiation is over and closed, it doesn't matter what the HoC discuss - it's either that deal or no-deal.
So I can't see anything other than no-deal. And I can't see it happening any other way than by default.