MPs have casted a ballot by 413 to 202 – a larger part of 211 – for Prime Minister Theresa May to approach the EU for a deferral to Brexit.
It implies the UK may not currently leave on 29 March as recently arranged.
Mrs May says Brexit could be postponed by three months, to 30 June, if MPs back her arrangement in a vote one week from now.
On the off chance that they dismiss her arrangement once more, at that point she says she will look for a more drawn out augmentation – however any postponement must be concurred by the 27 other EU part states.
Most Conservative MPs casted a ballot against deferring Brexit – including seven bureau individuals – which means Mrs May needed to depend on Labor and other restriction votes to get it through.
Be that as it may, some Labor frontbenchers surrendered to oppose party requests to go without on a vote on holding another submission.
Bringing down Street said the legislature was all the while planning for a no-bargain Brexit.
Theresa May is intending to hold another “important vote” on her withdrawal bargain by Wednesday – after it was overwhelmingly dismissed on two past events.
It is still in fact conceivable that we could leave the EU toward the finish of this current month – the law has not changed.