Results of key votes on Brexit in the UK House of Commons in 2019

Results of key votes on Brexit in the United Kingdom House of Commons in 2019*

Results of key votes on Brexit in the UK House of Commons in 2019 This statistic displays how Members of Parliament in the United Kingdom's House of Commons voted in key votes in relation to Brexit in January and March 2019. The United Kingdom was set to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, although after MPs rejected the negotiated deal on January 15 and the amended deal on March 12, they then voted to reject no deal on March 13, and finally to request the EU for a delay on March 14. Following the grant of a short delay from the European Union, MPs elected to take control of the Brexit process away from the government, and hold a series of 'indicative votes' to try and find a way forward.
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Results of key votes on Brexit in the United Kingdom House of Commons in 2019*

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First vote on Brexit deal (15/01)202432
Second vote on Brexit deal (12/03)242391
Rejecting no deal (13/03)321278
Delaying Brexit (14/03)413202
MPs taking control of Brexit process (25/03)329302
ForAgainst
First vote on Brexit deal (15/01)202432
Second vote on Brexit deal (12/03)242391
Rejecting no deal (13/03)321278
Delaying Brexit (14/03)413202
MPs taking control of Brexit process (25/03)329302
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This statistic displays how Members of Parliament in the United Kingdom's House of Commons voted in key votes in relation to Brexit in January and March 2019. The United Kingdom was set to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, although after MPs rejected the negotiated deal on January 15 and the amended deal on March 12, they then voted to reject no deal on March 13, and finally to request the EU for a delay on March 14. Following the grant of a short delay from the European Union, MPs elected to take control of the Brexit process away from the government, and hold a series of 'indicative votes' to try and find a way forward.
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Release date
March 2019
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
January 15 to March 25, 2019
Supplementary notes
Official wording for the votes are as follows;
First vote on Brexit deal: ' European Union (Withdrawal) Act main Motion (Prime Minister)
Second vote on Brexit deal: 'Secton 13 (1)(b) of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act main motion
Rejecting no deal: 'Main motion, as amended by amendment (a), on UK's withdrawal from the European Union
Delaying Brexit:'UK's withdrawal from the EU: Prime Minister's motion
MPs taking control of Brexit process:'European Union Withdrawal amendment (a) - Letwin


*MPs who abstained in these votes not recorded in this statistic.

*MPs who abstained in these votes not recorded in this statistic.
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