Brexit in numbers: How did parliament vote on Monday?
Updated : March 26, 2019 08:20 AM IST
Lawmakers voted on amendments to a government motion saying that parliament has considered a statement made by May on March 15 which set out the government's next steps on Brexit, including its plan to seek a delay.
That March 15 statement also noted the government believes the best way forward is for Britain to leave the EU "in an orderly manner" with a deal, and that parliament had rejected leaving without an agreement.
On Monday, May said parliament might vote for an outcome that was unnegotiable with the EU and she could not commit the government to deliver the outcome of any votes but would be "engaging constructively with this process."
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