Wage-earners’s Brexit plans – which would see the UK joining a customs union with the EU – bear been defeated by 323 to 240.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had whispered his party will back another EU referendum if the plan was defeated.
MPs are now desire support on an SNP motion saying the UK should not leave the EU in any circumstances without a deal “regardless of any make ones departure date”.
Theresa May has promised MPs a meaningful vote on her deal with the EU by 12 Stride.
If her plan is defeated, then MPs will get votes on delaying Brexit and find out no-deal, said the PM in a significant change of policy on Tuesday.
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The get started was designed to head off a possible defeat when MPs vote on an amendment tabled by Undertaking MP Yvette Cooper, which asks for the same thing.
Ms Cooper has not decreased her amendment, because she wants to hold Mrs May to her word – although the government has weighted it accepts the proposal.
Conservative MP Alberto Costa has withdrawn his amendment, which went to protect the rights of UK citizens in the EU and vice versa, even if there is a no-deal Brexit, because the authority accepted the plan.
Mr Costa said he was still forced resign as an helper to Scottish Secretary David Mundell because of a convention that associates of the government cannot table amendments to government motions.