UK Prime Minister Theresa May has lost the ‘meaningful vote’ on her Brexit deal in the House of Commons. It was an overwhelming defeat with 432 MPs voting against her deal, 202 voted in favour of the deal - meaning a majority against of 230. The result obviously raises significant questions for the Brexit process. To try to unpick the result James Smethurst, Lord Jonathan Hill and Natalie Pettinger-Kearney discuss the result and what it could mean in this video.
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