The proposal, approved by 412-202, instructs Prime Minister Teresa May to seek an extension of Article 50, the legal process by which Britain leaves the European Union. Any delay after March 29 will require unanimous approval from the remaining 27 EU Member States.
The Prime Minister is now likely to continue at the European Council summit in Brussels next Thursday after returning his divorce deal back to the House of Commons within a week.
May warning that a longer delay on Brexit will be required if its deal is rejected for the third time. This made Britain take part in the European Parliament elections in May.
Three amendments to this movement were broken by the House of Commons on Thursday. Taken together, it was a rare moment of British victory and weakened Prime Minister.
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But more than two years after Britain voted to go out with the EU, its politicians split Brexit has to move forward.
Indecisiveness has spoiled the mood in Brussels, which has the power to decide whether to give May a continuation.
Some EU leaders have indicated their readiness to give the future a fortune.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that any extension of the Brexit term could only be a "technical delay" to allow more time for their retreat. "
Macron, who is currently in Kenya, adding that the UK needs a goal in order for the EU to provide any continuation so as to "secure something out of it."
British lawmakers rejected a move to give the British public a second referendum who struck at a campaign for the so-called "People's Voice."
Deputies of the Parliament voted from 85 to 334 against the proposal to hold a new ballot to overcome the impasse in the Brexit process. Opposition Labor Party suggested that its deputies refrain from voting.
The inter-party proposal was the first case when the House of Commons voted officially on whether to approve a regular referendum. But basically it was expected that it would not succeed.
This was part of the rejected amendments to the government's decision to delay Brexit.
Legislators rejected the move, with only two votes left, to give Parliament the opportunity to take control of this process from prime minister Teresa May Mayor and hold a series of votes next week on various Brexit results.
They also rejected the Labor Party amendment to give Parliament the opportunity to discuss Brexit's alternative plans, as well as a statement that could block the Prime Minister from returning her twice-rejected agreement for the third vote next week.