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W/S Voting procedure in the House of Commons, London
SOT, John Bercow, Speaker of the House: "The Ayes to the right, 242, the Nos to the left 391, so the Nos have it, the Nos have it, unlock." *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE*
M/S House of Commons *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Theresa May, UK Prime Minister: "On the point of order Mr Speaker I profoundly regret the decision that this House has taken tonight. I continue to believe that by far the best outcome is the United Kingdom leaves the European Union in an orderly fashion with a deal. And that the deal we have negotiated is the best and indeed the only deal available. But Mr Speaker, I would like to set out briefly how the government means to proceed. Two weeks ago, I made a series of committments from this dispatch box regarding the steps we would take in the event this House rejected the deal on offer. I stand by those committments in full. Therefore, tonight we will table a motion for debate tomorrow to test whether the House supports leaving the European Union without a deal on the 29 of March. The Leader of the House will shortly make an emergency business statement confirming the change to tomorrow's business. This is an issue of grave importance for the future of our country. Just like the referendum, there are strongly-held and equally legitimate views on both sides. For that reason, I can confirm that this will be a free vote on this side of the House. I have personally struggled with this choice as I'm sure many other Honourable members will. I'm passionate about delivering the result of the referendum, but I equally passionately believe that the best way to do that is to leave in an orderly way with a deal. And I still believe that there is a majority in this House for that course of action, and I'm conscious also of my duties as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of the potential damage to the Union that leaving without a deal could do when open part of our country is without devolved governance. I can therefore confirm that the motion will read that this House declines to approve leaving the European Union without a withdrawal agreement and a framework on the future relationship on 29 of March 2019 and notes that leaving without a deal remains the default, in UK and EU law, unless this House and the EU ratify an agreement." *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE*
M/S Speaker of the House John Bercow *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party leader: "Mr. Speaker the goverment has been defeated again by an enormous majority, and they must now accept, their deal, their proposal the one the Prime Minister has put, is clearly dead and does not have the support of this house. And, quite clearly, No-deal must be taken off the table, we've said that before, and we'll say that again. But it does mean that the house has got to come together with a proposal that could be negotiated. The Labour Party has put that proposal, and we will put that proposal again, because the dangers of what the Prime Minister is proposing are basically that she carries on threatening us all with the danger of no-deal, the danger of that, knowing full well the damage that will do to the British economy. This party will put forward our proposals again, which are about a negotiated customs union, access to the market, and the protection of rights. Those are the ones we will put forward, we believe there may well be a majority for them, but there will also be the potential of negotiating them. The Prime Minister has run down the clock, and the clock has been run out on her. Maybe it is time instead we had a general election and the people could choose who their government should be." *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE*
M/S House of Commons, London
UK Prime Minister Theresa May suffered another defeat on her revised Brexit plan on Tuesday, as MPs rejected her revised version of the agreement voting 391 to 242.
May confirmed she will stick to the committment she made two weeks ago and said a debate and a vote on leaving the EU without a deal will take place on Wednesday.
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn stated that the House should unite around a new proposal put forward by the Labour party, noting that the country needs a general election.
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