They were voting on four Brexit alternatives tabled for the second round of the indicative vote process.
Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay told the House of Commons that the default legal position is that the UK will leave the EU in 11 days’ time and that to secure an extension Britain must provide a “credible” plan.
Speaker John Bercow said Motion C (customs union) was defeated by 276 votes to 273, majority three.
Motion D (Common market 2.0) was defeated by 282 votes to 261, majority 21, with Motion E (second referendum) rejected by 292 votes to 280, majority 12.
And Motion G (no-deal or revoke) was rejected by 292 votes to 191, majority 101.
It marks another blow for wounded Prime Minister Theresa May, who has failed to get her negotiated deal through the Commons twice.
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