Brexit Brief: Britain’s parliament may revisit its inconclusive votes

The inconclusive result of Wednesday night’s Brexit votes in the U.K. parliament is likely to be followed by a further ballot of MPs on Monday, if Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal isn’t approved by the end of this week.

Following hours of debate last night none of the eight options tabled, which ranged from leaving the EU without a deal through to revoking Brexit, won majority support.

Conservative MP Sir Oliver Letwin, who was behind the plan for MPs to hold a series of Commons votes on Brexit alternatives, said the lack of a majority for any option was “disappointing”, according to the BBC.

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