Forecasts & opinions
All eyes were on the British parliament in London last night, as MPs voted on eight different Brexit Options, all of which were rejected.
The one vote that was closer to a yes was that of a proposal to keep the U.K. in a customs union with the EU. The vote came to 272 against 264. This could be the starting point for further negotiations between lawmakers, who will return to parliament again on Monday for another round of votes.
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