LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Dwelling of Commons on rejected a opinion to succor extra indicative votes on Brexit on Monday.
Lawmakers had been tied on the amendment, vote casting 310-310 however Speaker John Bercow voted against in conserving with the conventions of the Dwelling.
“Fixed with precedent and on in the theorem that well-known decisions is just not taken other than by a majority, I solid my votes with the noes. So the noes dangle it,” Bercow talked about.
Reporting by William James, Kylie MacLellan and Andrew MacAskill; editing by Man Faulconbridge