Theresa May has passed her latest government motion on Brexit with the help of Labour MPs,
who voted overwhelmingly to authorise her request for Article 50 extension to 30th June.
The hope among Labour MPs is that asking the EU for a Brexit delay – as the Prime Minister has been compelled to do by the Cooper bill – will avoid ‘no deal’ on the current exit date of Friday 12th April.
A huge majority of 420 MPs voted in favour of the motion, while 110 voted against – including 97 Conservatives. Those opposed were mostly hard Brexiteers such as Steve Baker, who favour no deal.
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