MPs Vote Today on Brexit Options

MPs are voting today in a series of votes on their preferred option for Brexit, although the Prime Minister has said that she may not honour the wishes of the House of Commons. A number of Conservative MPs, including Jacob Rees-Mogg, have also indicated that they have u-turned and will now support the Prime Minister’s preferred deal with the European Union.

The options MPs will vote on have yet to be confirmed by John Bercow, the Speaker of the House of Commons, and it is unclear whether the Conservative and Labour leaders will whip their MPs on how they should vote. The voting will unusually be done by filling in paper votes rather than walking through the lobbies, with the results expected to be announced by late evening.