British members of Parliament will once again take control of the Brexit process on Monday, voting on a platter of alternatives to Prime Minister Theresa May’s thrice-defeated deal.
- Jess Shankleman
After an initial round of voting last week failed to reveal a majority for any Brexit outcome, MPs will have another opportunity to try to break the impasse.
The result isn’t binding on the government, but the House of Commons could try to make it so.
Eight motions have been proposed and the opposition Labour Party is expected to put forward its plan this morning. Speaker John Bercow will select which ones can be voted on when lawmakers begin proceedings on…
Voting is due to start at about 8 p.m.
Here’s a summary of the…