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MPs have voted in an extraordinary parliamentary sitting in which Boris Johnson was attempting to get approval for his new Brexit withdrawal deal.

The meaningful vote on the main motion will now not take place today due to the passing of an amendment submitted by former Conservative Oliver Letwin.

Mr Letwin's amendment, which passed by 322 votes to 306, postpones the meaningful vote on Mr Johnson's Brexit deal until after all the associated legislation has passed through Parliament. The DUP opposed the Government on the amendment, citing their opposition to the deal due to concerns over a customs border in the Irish Sea.

Under the terms of the Benn Act this means that the Prime Minister is required...

MPs have voted in an extraordinary parliamentary sitting in which Boris Johnson was attempting to get approval for his new Brexit withdrawal deal.

The meaningful vote on the main motion will now not take place today due to the passing of an amendment submitted by former Conservative Oliver Letwin.

Mr Letwin's amendment, which passed by 322 votes to 306, postpones the meaningful vote on Mr Johnson's Brexit deal until after all the associated legislation has passed through Parliament. The DUP opposed the Government on the amendment, citing their opposition to the deal due to concerns over a customs border in the Irish Sea.

Under the terms of the Benn Act this means that the Prime Minister is required...

MPs have voted in an extraordinary parliamentary sitting in which Boris Johnson was attempting to get approval for his new Brexit withdrawal deal.

The meaningful vote on the main motion will now not take place today due to the passing of an amendment submitted by former Conservative Oliver Letwin.

Mr Letwin's amendment, which passed by 322 votes to 306, postpones the meaningful vote on Mr Johnson's Brexit deal until after all the associated legislation has passed through Parliament. The DUP opposed the Government on the amendment, citing their opposition to the deal due to concerns over a customs border in the Irish Sea.

Under the terms of the Benn Act this means that the Prime Minister is required...

MPs have voted in an extraordinary parliamentary sitting in which Boris Johnson was attempting to get approval for his new Brexit withdrawal deal.

The meaningful vote on the main motion will now not take place today due to the passing of an amendment submitted by former Conservative Oliver Letwin.

Mr Letwin's amendment, which passed by 322 votes to 306, postpones the meaningful vote on Mr Johnson's Brexit deal until after all the associated legislation has passed through Parliament. The DUP opposed the Government on the amendment, citing their opposition to the deal due to concerns over a customs border in the Irish Sea.

Under the terms of the Benn Act this means that the Prime Minister is required...