MPs vote against a no-deal Brexit by margin of 312-308 in non-binding vote
UK MPs voted against a no-deal Brexit "under any circumstances" by a margin of 0.6%.
MPs in the House of Commons have voted against a no-deal Brexit by a margin of 312-308 in a non-binding vote.
The vote itself has no legal ramifications, but it does deal a massive blow to Theresa May's current Brexit strategy, as there is now a majority who are against it.
You can watch a video of the moment the result was announced to the House of Commons here:
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Certain political correspondents have now claimed that this vote could hypothetically take a potential no-deal Brexit off the table forever.
According to the BBC, this could lead to an MP vote on delaying Brexit.
That vote would take place on Thursday, and if it is passed - and the EU agrees to it - the UK will not leave the EU as planned on 29 March.