Theresa May Faces Questions in Parliament After Brexit Deal Voted Down | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Theresa May Faces Questions in Parliament After Brexit Deal Voted Down

British Prime Minister Theresa May is addressing MPs’ questions a day after the Parliament rejected her Brexit deal, with 391 lawmakers voting against and only 242 supporting the plan.

After May's bill was turned down in the House of Commons on Tuesday, a vote on a no-deal scenario is slated to be held on Wednesday; if that one fails, the Parliament will take a vote on extending the Brexit deadline beyond 29 March.

The withdrawal deal was also previously rejected by the parliament in January, mainly due to the lawmakers' concerns over the Irish border backstop.

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