Commons Rebellion As MPs Take Over Parliamentary Timetable
After another chaotic night in the House of Commons, MPs voted on an amendment to take control of the parliamentary timetable, in a move that hasn’t been seen in over a century.
There were 29 Tory MPs who rebelled against their party by voting for the amendment.
Now a series of votes will be taken in the House of Commons, starting on Wednesday, which will put forward amendments to the withdrawal agreement.
They could include a second referendum or a Norway-style deal which would leave the UK in the customs union.