It has now been confirmed by Andrea Leadsom in the House of Commons that there will be a third vote tomorrow on the government’s Brexit plan tomorrow. Though the situation is messy.
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Speaker John Bercow has allowed it, with an apparent difference between previous ‘meaningful votes’ in Parliament.
Commons speaker John Bercow says the government's #Brexit motion for tomorrow meets the test he had set, that it must be "substantially different" to the Withdrawal Agreement that has been defeated twice.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) March 28, 2019
What is being put forward is apparently “new and substantially different”.
The vote on the Withdrawal Agreement will seek to lock in an EU departure date of 22nd May. The vote is due in Parliament at 14:30.
Tomorrow’s vote in Parliament will take place on the date that the UK was due to leave the European Union, as Theresa May personally promised many times.