British Prime Minister Theresa May's vote on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement failed to garner enough support in the Parliament as May saw her proposal defeated by a margin that was far larger, the widest in nearly a century, as the government lost the vote by 202 to 432, including the vote of 118 Conservative MPs.

Having suffered a crushing defeat, May said the Parliament's rejection says little about what needs to happen in the immediate future. She will now try to gain further assurances fr...


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