Brexit delay: MPs vote to put back UK’s departure from EU by at least three months

British MPs have voted in favor of a delay to the UK’s March 29 departure date from the European Union with 412 votes to 202.

Report has it that the government motion specifically states UK prime minister Theresa May will seek a technical extension to article 50, moving the deadline day to June 30, providing MPs pass her deal in parliament next week.

If her deal is rejected for a third time may will seek a lengthier extension from the EU, which would see the UK participate in the upcoming European parliament elections.

It adds that it has being a tumultuous week for the UK’s divorce proceedings from the EU, with MPs rejecting UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a second time.

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