'Malthouse Compromise' Brexit plan voted down by Remainer MPs

The ‘Malthouse Compromise’ Plan B put forward by Tory Remainer and Leaver MPs, along with the DUP, has been voted down by Parliament.

In a further sign of the complete disconnect between the pro-Brexit electorate and a hardline Remainer Parliament, MPs rejected the plan by 164 to 374.

The plan called for four measures that sought to push towards a managed No Deal Brexit with mutual standstill agreements with the EU until the end of 2021.

It underlines once again just how Remain-dominated Parliament is by those seeking to dilute, frustrate and stop Brexit.