MPs rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement in the Commons on what would’ve been the day the UK left the EU (March 29).

The Government’s latest proposals lost by a margin of 58 votes – 344 to 286 – as Mrs May says the UK will now need to find an “alternative way forward”.

Sutton and Cheam MP Paul Scully voted in favour of the Prime Minister’s withdrawal agreement, while Carshalton and Wallington’s Tom Brake voted against.

Both members of parliament voted the same way during the second meaningful vote just weeks before on March 12.

But now the PM has until April 12 to get a longer extension to the negotiation process in a bid to avoid the UK exiting the European Union without a deal on that date.

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She said: “This House has rejected no deal. It has rejected no Brexit. On Wednesday it rejected all the variations of the deal on the table.

“And today it has rejected approving the Withdrawal Agreement alone and continuing a process on the future.

“This Government will continue to press the case for the orderly Brexit that the result of the referendum demands."

Mr Corbyn told MPs: “The House has been clear this deal now has to change, there has to be an alternative found.

“And if the Prime Minister can't accept that then she must go - not at an indeterminate date in the future but now, so that we can decide the future of this country through a general election.”