The British House of Commons voted against a motion in which Prime Minister May asks for support for her attempt to renegotiate the divorce agreement with the European Union. 303 MPs voted against and 258 members. The mood is more symbolic than binding.
Last month the parliament voted against the agreement of May and the EU. Now, six weeks before the brexit, May suffers a defeat again. The right-hand flank of May’s Conservatives abstained and May lost the vote.
Labor leader Corbyn said in the House of Commons that the vote shows that there is no support for May’s plans and that the government can no longer ignore the parliament without coming up with a good plan.
The loss of mood brings the risk of a Brexit without a deal or a deferred Brexit again closer.