MPs have voted to reject leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement.
In two dramatic votes on Wednesday evening, MPs first narrowly backed an amendment which toughened a government motion – and then supported the motion itself with an even larger majority.
The votes are non-binding, and Prime Minister Theresa May stressed that the UK will still exit with no deal unless a deal is agreed, warning MPs they must “face up to the consequences” of their decisions.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said parliament should now “take control” of the situation.
In non-binding votes, the House of Commons has said “no” to Britain leaving the EU without a withdrawal deal.