Hello and welcome to our Brexit vote live blog. Stay tuned for reaction to Labour’s no confidence vote yesterday, after Theresa May’s Brexit deal slumped to a historic defeat in parliament on Tuesday night. Please manually refresh this page for the latest updates What you need to know: The Prime Minister’s deal was defeated by a resounding 230 votes on Tuesday. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tabled a vote of no confidence in the government, which May won by 19 votes following a rambunctious debate yesterday evening. May has now said she wants to work cross-party to deliver Brexit, but Corbyn won’t negotiate until May commits to avoiding a no-deal Brexit. Read more: What happens now May has lost parliament’s Brexit deal vote? Additional reporting by James Booth and James Warrington 12.45pm: UK would vote to remain in EU in a second referendum The UK would vote to stay in the EU in a second referendum, according to a new poll. Brits would vote in favour of remaining part of the bloc by 56 per cent to 44 per cent who would choose to leave, the Yougov survey carried out yesterday and published today found. That is a wider margin than… Read full this story
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