MPs REJECT amendment requesting to delay Brexit until June 30

MPs REJECT amendment requesting to delay Brexit until June 30

MPs tonight voted against a second referendum on Brexit for the first time as Remain MPs prepare to seize control of the agenda to push Britain to a soft Brexit. A proposal by the Independent Group to demand a new public vote on Brexit has failed after Labour and even the official People’s Vote campaign deserted the move. But the Commons is voting now on a more damaging plan to seize control of the Commons agenda next week with the aim of taking over the Brexit process. A cross party amendment from Labour’s Hilary Benn and Yvette Cooper with Tory Oliver Letwin cancels Government business next Wednesday and sets the stage for ‘indicative votes’ intended to identify what kind of Brexit could pass the Commons. In a desperate effort to avoid a third night of humiliating defeat, Theresa May’s deputy David Lidington promised MPs the Government would stage its own indicative votes after next week’s EU summit if the Brexit deal fails again.

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