MPs reject a second Brexit referendum by 334 votes to 85

MPs have voted to reject an amendment which called for a second Brexit referendum.

The amendment was tabled by the Independent Group’s Dr Sarah Wollaston, but the Labour party abstained from the vote, saying now wasn’t the right time for a second vote.

85 MPs supported the motion, with 334 rejecting it.

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