MPs win bid for meaningful vote on Brexit ‘plan B’

Dominic Grieve amendment aims at giving MPs more say over what happens if May deal rejected

Backbench MPs led by Dominic Grieve have inflicted a humiliating defeat on the government, in a bid to ensure parliament can seize control of what happens in the crucial days after Theresa May’s Brexit deal is voted on.

While May was waiting to open five historic days of debate on her deal, in the run-up to next week’s meaningful vote, MPs passed an amendment aimed at giving them more say over what happens next if she loses.

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