With the result 391 against the 242 has Theresa May conceded a massive brexitnederlag in the british parliament.
A majority of 149 have for the second time in just two months, rejected the british prime minister's terms with the EU.
This is the brexit-the saga thrown into a new chaos, and can - depending on the outcome of up to two future skæbneafstemninger - end up with the brits crashing out of the EU without any agreement at all.
Theresa May confirms in the moments after the rejection of the brexitaftalen, to the british parliament in the morning you will have the opportunity to vote to leave the EU without an agreement - that is, a so-called 'no deal'-brexit.
May warn, however, sharply defined against the course:
- Let me make it clear, to vote against leaving the EU without an agreement, does not solve the problems we face, says Theresa May, in parliament, in the minutes after the biggest defeat of her political career.
At the opposition, there are no comforting words to download for the slain prime minister.
- the Government is again been rejected by a huge majority in parliament, noting the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
the Rejection means that there is still great uncertainty about what will happen to the 29. march, where the united kingdom after the plan leaving the EU.
If the house refuses to leave the EU without an agreement, will a new vote after all judging will be held on Thursday. Here the parliament can vote on whether they would recommend Theresa May, again again, to travel back to the EU for this time to ask for a postponement of brexit.
Understand all the scenarios in a moment here.
There is no real precedent in the british parliament, where a prime minister has been defeated two times in key votes without stepping back.
in Fact, the evening's majority, with 149 votes over in history as the fourth largest defeat of a sitting prime minister. The record is also Mays.
At the first vote the majority was against the May, namely, on the entire 230 votes. Thus May have minimized the damage by 81 votes.
Many have in recent days wondered if Theresa May was about to throw in the towel, but her statements immediately after Tuesday night's defeat does not suggest that it is in her thoughts. Instead the plan is now to hold tomorrow's 'no deal'-vote.
Danish Prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has briefly responded to the vote with a tweet.
'Very sad', says the judgment.