UPDATE 29th MARCH BREAKING NEWS
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s EU deal for the third time.
The vote was lost by 344 votes to 286. This means the UK will not be able to leave with a deal in the next few months. This might mean a much longer delay to Brexit. Protests have taken place as thousands of 'leave' supporters gathered outside Parliament to show how unhappy they are.
There have been lots more developments this week regarding Brexit.
Theresa May held 8 indicative votes for MPs yesterday ('indicative' means they indicate what people think). The votes were one 8 different options for what could happen next with Brexit. However, none of the votes got a majority from MPs, so they are still stuck on what to do next.
In a shock announcement last night, Mrs May said she would stand down as Prime Minister! HOWEVER, she'll only stand down if the MPs support her Brexit deal in the next vote. Remember, they've already rejected this deal twice.
What do you think about this?
- Is Theresa May being fair when she says she'll stand down if they back her vote?
- Is Theresa May just trying to get a deal through and put and end to the stalemate?
- Is there another option that you can think of that would be better?
We'd love to know what you think - write your comments below!