British Parliament Votes No on Brexit
The answer is 'No' from Britain's Parliament.
A vote onTuesday rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's revamped deal to leave the Euriopean Union.
The vote comes less than three weeks before the UK is scheduled to end its four-decade membership in the trading bloc.
May says there are now some hard choices that must be faced, including whether there should be another referendum.
Parliament will now vote to leave the EU on March 29th without a withdrawal agreement or to extend the pullout date.
Anti-Brexit protestors stand outside the Houses of Parliament in London on March 12, 2019. (TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images)