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London.—Last night, MPs voted in favour of the government’s motion to extend Article 50 and delay Brexit beyond 29 March.
The government will now seek permission from the EU to delay Brexit beyond this point.
The motion states that Article 50 will be extended until 30 June, if MPs approve the prime minister’s deal by 20 March.
If an agreement on a deal is not reached by the 20 March, the government will seek a more substantial extension, but the EU would have to agree to this and set the terms.
The length of the delay will be decided by the middle of next week, before the European Council summit.
If May’s deal does not get through parliament by then, May has promised MPs a series of indicative votes which will give them to chance to say what they would like to do instead.