London, Theresa May, British Prime Minister has
to present MPs with a new Brexit plan within three days if her current
proposal is voted down next week, after a procedural amendment to
the plan’s progress through the Commons was passed by 308 votes to
297 amid chaotic scenes.
The amendment to the business motion for the plan, drawn up
by the Conservative former attorney general Dominic Grieve, gives May
the deadline to put forward new plans if she loses the vote, as many
expect, next Tuesday.
The amendment says that if the deal is defeated a minister of
the crown shall table within three sitting days a motion, considering the
process of exiting the EU under article 50.
Source: Oman News Agency