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No proposal received a majority when parliament voted

After a several hours long debate in the british house of commons on Monday night went the mps out to vote on the four options. But none of the option got a majority, nor this time.

the Uk government to negotiate a permanent customs union with the EU.

273 yes, 276 no.

the Uk should negotiate a trade agreement similar to Norway and continue to be a part of the EU's single market but outside the customs union.

261 yes 282 no.

A referendum must be carried out to approve the proposal that the parliament come to the conclusion. Regardless of which this proposal will be.

280 yes 292 no.

the Motion to prevent the Uk from leaving the EU without an agreement. There is a risk that there may be a withdrawal without an agreement, the Uk is to withdraw its application for withdrawal.

191 yes 292 no.

the options received a majority of the votes.

" It's a disappointment but I would remind you that the departments of the unacceptable proposal has been voted down three times, said labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who suggested that the parliament should again be taking up the issue on Wednesday.

– So that parliament can make the prime minister failed. To produce an agreement.

since it became clear that the meps failed to reach an agreement. Just minutes after the completion of the vote announced Toryledamoten Nick Boles that he resigned as Toryledamot.

"I leave because the party has not shown itself willing to compromise," said Nick Boles and left the hall.

Boles was behind one of the proposals presented during the evening.

the debate, it was clear that many parliamentarians would come to take the step over to their respective parties. The vote is not binding, but advisory, but several board members expressed their firm conviction that the government and the prime minister, Theresa May, would follow it.

the Vote has been described as a crucial issue for the conservative party which is divided and where a large group believe it is so important to leave the EUROPEAN union that it is prepared to ”crash” out of the EU, thus leaving the union without any agreement.

prime minister Theresa May and her government to take a position on how to proceed.

Prime minister Theresa May has called for two meetings with his cabinet on Tuesday.

the EU has not yet had time to react to the vote in parliament. But European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker went to the awesome attack on Britain's former prime minister, David Cameron, earlier on Monday. It was Cameron who called for the referendum which has now led to Brexit.

David Cameron is one of the largest förstörarna in modern times, "said Jean-Claude Juncker said that the EU has not got to be when the Uk chose to vote on whether to remain in the EUROPEAN union:

" We could have answered many of the questions that are now being discussed even then.

in the past was the question of how to resolve border issues between ireland and northern Ireland, the issue that will cause debate. An open border between the countries means that northern Ireland will remain in a customs union with the EU and that people and goods will continue to can freely pass between countries – until a new agreement has been concluded between the EU and the Uk.

the agreement concluded between the parties will reservlösningen, as it came to be called, to keep the border remains open.

the Following motions were not up by the president during the evening:

the Uk should leave the EUROPEAN union on 22 may, but otherwise follow the agreements that Theresa May has negotiated with the EU. But in addition, says the motion that the Uk should be able to close the border between Ireland and northern Ireland if so desired.

Behind the motion is a conservative mp.

the Uk should leave the EU on 12 april without an agreement if the parliament has not chosen to give its support to Mays settlement before then.

Behind the motion is a conservative mp.

If the Uk leaves the EU without an agreement, the matter shall become the subject of a referendum in order to obtain an agreement.

Behind the motion is a conservative and a Labourledamot.

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