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MPs vote: What's next for Brexit?

One year ago   |   By BBC

With MPs voting to take control of Commons business, what does this mean for government and how will it affect the Brexit process?
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MPs seize control of Brexit as Theresa May left humiliated

One year ago   |   By Herald Scotland

MPS have made history by voting to take control of the Brexit process away from the UK Government, leaving Theresa May's authority in tatters.
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Watch: Oliver Letwin called the ‘jobbing prime minister'

Watch: Oliver Letwin called the ‘jobbing prime minister'

One year ago   |   By The Spectator

This evening MPs voted to take back control, as they backed an amendment tabled by Oliver Letwin to seize control...
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MPs take control of Brexit process as May suffers another humiliating Commons defeat

One year ago   |   By Herald Scotland

MPS have made history by voting to take control of the Brexit process away from the UK Government as Theresa May decided against staging a vote on her deal due to a lack of parliamentary support.
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Three ministers quit to back plan for Parliament to take control of Brexit process

Three ministers quit to back plan for Parliament to take control of Brexit process

One year ago   |   By The Mirror

Steve Brine and Alistair Burt quit their posts to vote against the government
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MPs seize control of Brexit process by backing indicative votes amendment

One year ago   |   By The Guardian

Amendment giving MPs a series of votes on alternatives to May's Brexit deal passes 329 votes to 302 MPs have seized control of the parliamentary timetable for a series of “indicative votes” on the next steps for Brexit - but Theresa May declined to say whether she would abide by the outcome. An amendment tabled by former Tory minister Oliver Letwin passed, by 329 votes to 302 on Monday night, defeating the government, as MPs expressed their exasperation at its failure to set out a fresh approach.
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Brexit drama as MPs back holding indicative votes on alternatives to Theresa May's deal

Brexit drama as MPs back holding indicative votes on alternatives to Theresa May's deal

One year ago   |   By Daily Record

The Letwin's amendment, which calls for votes to be held on alternative Brexit options, was passed by 329 - 302.
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MPs vote to take back control of Brexit process

MPs vote to take back control of Brexit process

One year ago   |   By The Spectator

MPs have decisively backed Oliver Letwin's amendment, handing them control of the parliamentary timetable on Wednesday in order to hold a...
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House of Commons takes control of Brexit

One year ago   |   By Politico

LONDON - MPs in Westminster tonight voted to wrestle control of the parliamentary timetable from the government to debate a series of alternative Brexit plans.
The House of Commons voted by 329 votes to 302 in favour of an amendment tabled by the backbench Tory MP Oliver Letwin along with members of Labour, the Lib Dems, the Scottish National Party and the Independent Group. Richard Harrington, a junior minister in the business department resigned to vote in favor of the amendment, the BBC reported.
The vote clears space on Wednesday for a debate on ways out of the crisis caused by...
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MPs back votes on Brexit alternatives by 329 votes to 302

One year ago   |   By BBC

MPs vote to take control of Commons business in unprecedented move to try to find majority for any Brexit option .
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Theresa May suffers another defeat as MPs vote to take control of Brexit process

Theresa May suffers another defeat as MPs vote to take control of Brexit process

One year ago   |   By Metro

MPs have voted to take control of the Brexit process this evening.
An amendment, put forward by Tory MP Oliver Letwin, won by 329 votes to 302.
The vote came after Theresa May shelved a third ‘meaningful vote' on her Brexit deal, as there was still not ‘sufficient support' for it.

She also opened the door for a second referendum on Brexit, after more than a million people took to the streets to demand a People's Vote on Saturday.
The controversial measure called for the House of Commons to be given control of business in the Commons after the Prime Minister repeatedly failed to get her...
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Brexit news: MPs back plan to take control of process with series of indicative votes

One year ago   |   By Evening Standard

MPs have voted in favour of a plan to take control of the Brexit process, backing a proposal for a series of indicative votes on alternatives to the Prime Minister's deal later this week.
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