UK MPs have voted to take a ‘no-deal’ Brexit off the table.
What does this mean?
- Britain will only leave the EU after having secured a deal with Brussels, unless it fails to get a delay on Article 50 by March 29 – the Brexit deadline day.
- Political Editor of the FT said there could be resignations due to this amendment.
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