Theresa May has delayed the Brexit vote scheduled for Tuesday amid fears she would lose by a significant margin.
Over 100 Conservative MPs have already voiced their opposition to the deal.
The vote was scheduled for Tuesday evening.
The Prime Minister will make a statement to parliament at 15.30 GMT.
LONDON — Theresa May will seek to delay the parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal amid fears that she could suffer a crushing defeat, according to multiple sources.
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'We are in the middle of five days of debate in parliament, which will lead up to a vote on this issue,' says May
In yet another blow to Theresa May's Brexit plans, MPs voted on Tuesday in favour of getting a "meaningful vote" if the Prime Minister's proposals are voted down.
MPs voted 321 to 299 in support on an amendment by Dominic Grieve, a Conservative MP. The amendment gives MPs the power to instruct the government what action to take if May's Brexit deal is, as expected, voted down in Parliament.
In practice, it means that should Parliament refuse to accept the prime minister's deal, MPs could...