A third vote on the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement was overwhelmingly rejected by the British House of Commons on 29 March by a 344 to 286 vote, leaving the open the question of general election after embattled Prime Minister Theresa May in a perilous predicament.
The scale of May’s government defeat was narrower than the previous attempts but has left her in the awkward position of resigning or calling for a fourth vote. The House of Commons is due to continue with a serious of non-whipped indic...
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