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15th Jan- Deal is Dead
The deal that Theresa May spent 20 months negotiating has in a historic defeat been rejected by the House of Commons.
The vote, which saw the defeat of the government by 230 votes (one of the largest defeat in British history) means that as of now the UK is looking at the promise of a no deal Brexit.
16th Jan- General Election?
Yesterday, after the historic defeat of the government opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn tabled a motion of no confidence in the Government.
Today, debates are being held in the House of Commons before the eventual vote tonight at 7pm.
But, what exactly is a vote of no confidence?
It is a vote showing that the majority of parliament does not support or have any confidence within the current government. It is a vote against the current party in power, at this time it means conservatives.
For the motion itself to succeed they need a majority vote of MP's to vote against the conservatives.
It is predicted that the vote will fail, especially since the Conservatives have secured 10 votes already from the Irish Democratic Unionist Party, that when combined with their own votes, they will secure majority.
But who will know what will happen with Labour trailing 6 points behind in national poles, would they even win a general election?
We will have to wait and see for tonight's results for more.
17th Jan- May gets Majority
Last night was the motion of no-confidence, however it seems like maybe there is some confidence with Theresa May and her government winning by 19 votes.
In response to slim majority the prime minister has called for more collaboration between parties to reach a deal that everyone can support.
So, now the government will debate and vote on the Prime Minister's plan B Brexit deal, but the outcome of the vote set for Tuesday of this month is very unclear. A no-deal Brexit is still on the cards.
Now to wait to find out more.