Lawmakers back right to vote on alternatives to May's Brexit

London - British lawmakers have backed a cross-party amendment that allows them to hold votes on possible alternatives to Prime Minister Theresa May's unpopular Brexit deal.

The House of Commons, parliament's elected main house, voted by 329 to 302 for the amendment to May's motion on the next steps in the Brexit process.
A series of "indicative votes" are expected to take place on Wednesday and could give parliament greater control of Brexit.

Monday, March 25th 2019

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