May Confirms She Will Vote Against No-Deal Brexit
Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will be voting for her motion on a no-deal Brexit.
The carefully worded motion gives the PM some wiggle room, according to CNN.
However, May is essentially saying that the government's position is to not actively pursue a no-deal Brexit, while accepting it is not in the gift of the UK to take it off the table.
Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn asked how she would vote tonight.