May: MPs 'need to face up to consequences of their decisions'
PM Theresa May has said MPs should face up to the consequences of their decisions, after they ruled out leaving the EU without a deal but also failed to back her deal.
She said this could mean Brexit was delayed so long the UK would be required to hold European elections in May 2019, which she did not think would be the "right outcome".
The government had whipped MPs to reject an amended motion - which rules out any no-deal Brexit - but it passed 321 to 278.
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