MPs yet again failed to reach a majority on an alternative Brexit plan as the prospects of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal increased.

This time there were only four options available to MPs in the Commons, put forward by Speaker John Bercow, however, none of them gained outright support.

And it’s a repeat of what happened last week, on March 27, when none of the eight proposals secured a majority either.

It comes as the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier says a no-deal Brexit is now more likely but can still be avoided.

READ: How Paul Scully and Tom Brake voted last time round

Here’s how Sutton’s MPs Paul Scully and Tom Brake voted this time round:

1. Clarke’s proposal (UK leaves the EU but with a "permanent and comprehensive UK-wide customs union with it")

Brake – No

Scully – No

2. Boles’ proposal (‘Commons Market 2.0’ – UK joins the EFTA and EEA with countries like Norway)

Brake – No

Scully – No

3. Kyle and Wilson’s proposal (Confirmatory public vote – a public vote to approve any Brexit deal Parliament passes before it’s taken forward)

Brake – Yes

Scully – No

4. Cherry’s proposal (Parliamentary supremacy – UK tries to get an extension, if not then MPs chose between a no-deal Brexit and revoking Article 50)

Brake – Yes

Scully – No