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Theresa May's Brexit deal was resoundingly defeated on January 15 by a margin of 230, with 202 MPs voting for the Prime Minister's deal and 432 against.

Since the Prime Minister delayed the original vote in December she faced a battle to find a Commons majority for her EU withdrawal agenda. As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but on the night the actual number turned out to be slightly higher, at 118. 

It was the biggest government defeat on a meaningful vote for at least a century and resulted in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tabling a vote of no confidence for the following day. The Prime Minister's government survived, winning by 325 votes to...

Theresa May's Brexit deal was resoundingly defeated on January 15 by a margin of 230, with 202 MPs voting for the Prime Minister's deal and 432 against.

Since the Prime Minister delayed the original vote in December she faced a battle to find a Commons majority for her EU withdrawal agenda. As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but on the night the actual number turned out to be slightly higher, at 118. 

It was the biggest government defeat on a meaningful vote for at least a century and resulted in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tabling a vote of no confidence for the following day. The Prime Minister's government survived, winning by 325 votes to...

Theresa May's Brexit deal was resoundingly defeated on January 15 by a margin of 230, with 202 MPs voting for the Prime Minister's deal and 432 against.

Since the Prime Minister delayed the original vote in December she faced a battle to find a Commons majority for her EU withdrawal agenda. As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but on the night the actual number turned out to be slightly higher, at 118. 

It was the biggest government defeat on a meaningful vote for at least a century and resulted in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tabling a vote of no confidence for the following day. The Prime Minister's government survived, winning by 325 votes to...

Theresa May's Brexit deal was resoundingly defeated on January 15 by a margin of 230, with 202 MPs voting for the Prime Minister's deal and 432 against.

Since the Prime Minister delayed the original vote in December she faced a battle to find a Commons majority for her EU withdrawal agenda. As many as 114 Conservative MPs had been expected to rebel on the morning of the vote, but on the night the actual number turned out to be slightly higher, at 118. 

It was the biggest government defeat on a meaningful vote for at least a century and resulted in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tabling a vote of no confidence for the following day. The Prime Minister's government survived, winning by 325 votes to...