British Lawmakers Debate Brexit Delay After No-Deal Voted Down | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


British Lawmakers Debate Brexit Delay After No-Deal Voted Down

British members of parliament are negotiating and voting on a delay to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal after two consecutive failed votes. The day before, UK parliamentarians voted to reject a no-deal Brexit under any circumstances, with only hardline Brexiteers supporting such an eventuality.

UK lawmakers have tabled 10 amendments to the government's motion on a potential extension to Brexit deadline, which will be put to vote later on Thursday. Parliament Speaker John Bercow has selected four amendments for the vote.

Amendment H by Sarah Wollaston asks for an extension and a referendum. Brexit with an agreement or remaining an EU member should be referendum options.

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