MPs backed a tabled motion which now paves the way for a number of indicative votes.
But what are indicative votes and when will they be put to MPs?
What are indicative votes?
An indicative vote allows MPs to vote on a series of options and see if any of them can command a majority in Parliament.
The motion was tabled by a cross-party group of MPs. They include Conservatives Sir Oliver Letwin and Dominic Grieve and Hilary Benn from the Labour party.
It was agreed by 329 MPs compared with 301, a majority of 27, it comes at three ministers were forced to resign in order to back the proposal.
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So many no indicative votes have been revealed but they could include Thersea May’s deal, no deal or Canada-style trade agreement.
A Norway-style agreement, revoking Article 50 or even a referendum on the possible outcomes.
Voting is expected to start tomorrow with MPs given ballot papers with a list of Brexit options.
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