Brexit: Has anything changed?
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Brexit: Has anything changed?

Did Theresa May's latest statement rule out a no-deal Brexit, and what might happen next?

The prime minister has said she will put her withdrawal agreement - including any changes she has agreed with the EU - to a meaningful vote by 12 March.

If that fails, MPs will be offered two separate votes, one on whether MPs support a no-deal Brexit and one on whether to request a short extension to the two-year Article 50 negotiation process to delay EU withdrawal beyond 29 March.

Any extension should not go beyond the end of June and "would almost certainly have to be a one-off", she added.

So far, MPs have refused to back Theresa May's plan for how we leave the EU.

So what's at stake now? Our political correspondent Jonathan Blake explains.

  • 27 Feb 2019
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