The Local reported "'We need our rights ring-fenced' say activists as UK parliament votes to delay Brexit" on Thursday
 EU Brexit fatigue The issue of an extension has also sewn divisions among member states, fracturing the united front the EU27 is keen to maintain We need our rights ring fenced.#RescueOurRights https://t.co/1eQfjtiepA British in Europe (@BritishInEurope) March 14, 2019 READ MORE: 'We choose France': Dordogne Brits still in Brexit limbo as clock ticks down After three days of debate and discussions in the House of Commons, in which Theresa May's Brexit deal was overwhelmingly rejected and MPs showed their equal disdain for a no-deal exit, a majority of 210 MPs voted to try and delay Brexit and seek an extension to Article 50 from the EU.
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UK parliament votes for a Brexit delay MPs in the House of Commons voted 412 to 202 on Tuesday in favour of a non-binding government motion proposing a one-off extension .. for the purpose of passing the necessary EU exit legislation until June 30, provided May's widely maligned deal wins parliament's approval by Wednesday next week The UK is currently scheduled to depart the 28-member bloc on March 29
UK Parliament votes to delay Brexit - World During my consultations ahead of (the leaders' summit next week), I will appeal to the EU27 to be open to a long extension if the UK finds it necessary to rethink its Brexit strategy and build consensus around it, Tusk wrote on Twitter Contact the writer at firstname.lastname@example.org