Confirmatory public vote tops indicative vote

Parliament's indicative votes tonight resulted in no individual option getting a majority. However, the option of a confirmatory public vote did get the most votes and another round of indicative votes may be held next week.

Best for Britain supporter Jo Stevens, Labour MP for Cardiff Central, said:

"This is the start of a process that will take time.

"But tonight's indicative vote highlights the growing realisation among MPs that the people can provide a solution to the current Brexit mess - mirroring the shift we've seen in the country over the past three years.  

"A confirmatory public vote received the most votes tonight, and more than the Prime Minister's deal. Parliament should now move to make this the UK's Brexit policy moving forward."

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