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MPs have voted against a no deal Brexit as Parliament took control of Britain’s divorce from the bloc.

Some 321 MPs voted to reject no deal in the main motion on leaving the European Union without a Brexit deal, while 278 voted for it. 

This included 46 Conservative MPs who either voted for the main motion or didn't vote at all - effectively opposing leaving the EU without a deal on 29 March - building a coalition with Labour, Lib Dem and Independent MPs to reject no deal.

The vote saw a big split emerge in the Cabinet with big hitters such as Amber Rudd and David Gauke failing to follow the Government line.

The evening started dramatically with the Spelman/ Dromey amendment unexpectedly passing...

MPs have voted against a no deal Brexit as Parliament took control of Britain’s divorce from the bloc.

Some 321 MPs voted to reject no deal in the main motion on leaving the European Union without a Brexit deal, while 278 voted for it. 

This included 46 Conservative MPs who either voted for the main motion or didn't vote at all - effectively opposing leaving the EU without a deal on 29 March - building a coalition with Labour, Lib Dem and Independent MPs to reject no deal.

The vote saw a big split emerge in the Cabinet with big hitters such as Amber Rudd and David Gauke failing to follow the Government line.

The evening started dramatically with the Spelman/ Dromey amendment unexpectedly passing...

MPs have voted against a no deal Brexit as Parliament took control of Britain’s divorce from the bloc.

Some 321 MPs voted to reject no deal in the main motion on leaving the European Union without a Brexit deal, while 278 voted for it. 

This included 46 Conservative MPs who either voted for the main motion or didn't vote at all - effectively opposing leaving the EU without a deal on 29 March - building a coalition with Labour, Lib Dem and Independent MPs to reject no deal.

The vote saw a big split emerge in the Cabinet with big hitters such as Amber Rudd and David Gauke failing to follow the Government line.

The evening started dramatically with the Spelman/ Dromey amendment unexpectedly passing...

MPs have voted against a no deal Brexit as Parliament took control of Britain’s divorce from the bloc.

Some 321 MPs voted to reject no deal in the main motion on leaving the European Union without a Brexit deal, while 278 voted for it. 

This included 46 Conservative MPs who either voted for the main motion or didn't vote at all - effectively opposing leaving the EU without a deal on 29 March - building a coalition with Labour, Lib Dem and Independent MPs to reject no deal.

The vote saw a big split emerge in the Cabinet with big hitters such as Amber Rudd and David Gauke failing to follow the Government line.

The evening started dramatically with the Spelman/ Dromey amendment unexpectedly passing...