Symbolically significant indicator of PM’s loss of control of process is carried by 413 votes to 202
MPs have voted to extend Brexit beyond 29 March by backing a government motion forced on Theresa May by the Commons.
The motion, which May was forced to agree to if her own Brexit plan was defeated again, as it was on Tuesday, decrees that the government will seek agreement with the EU for an extension to article 50 beyond that date. It was passed by 412 votes to 202.
Source: The Guardian
MPs vote by majority of 211 to extend article 50 and delay Brexit