Brexit process no clearer as UK Parliament votes against no-deal exit
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 How Britain will exit the EU looks no clearer Wednesday as the UK Parliament has just voted to reject a no-deal Brexit, by the narrowest of margins. Members of Parliament voted by just 312 to 308 to reject leaving the bloc without an agreement, a move which has been dubbed a "cliff edge" departure. It was one of a series of three votes on Brexit and means lawmakers can now get a vote (planned for tomorrow) on extending the process, meaning the March 29 date touted for the last two years is no more. UK MPs also voted today 374 in favor to 164 against to reject a plan to delay the exit until May 22 so there could be a so-called "managed no deal".
According to Reuters, Britain’s parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a second time.
The latest vote was held only 17 days before the United Kingdom is scheduled to depart the European Union.
This time, the House of Commons voted 391-to-242 against Prime Minister...