Final votes on Brexit timetabled for mid-March

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On February 26th, the Prime Minister told the UK House of Commons that a final vote on her Brexit deal (and alternatives should it fail again) will take place over consecutive days in mid-March.

The Withdrawal Agreement will be put before MPs for a second time on March 12th 2019. If MPs reject the agreement, further votes will take place.

On March 13th, MPs will be given the chance to vote for or against leaving the EU without a deal; if a “No Deal” is rejected by MPs a further vote to extend the Article 50 period (subsequently delaying leaving the EU) would take place on March 14th.

Any extension to Article 50 would require the EU’s approval.