An attendee holds a placard reading ‘The Best Brexit Deal’ behind Theresa May, U.K. prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party, during a campaign event in Twickenham, London, U.K. (Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

How Members Of U.K. Parliament Voted On Theresa May’s Brexit Deal  

The U.K. Parliament decisively voted to reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal, leaving the accord she took 18 months to negotiate all but dead. The path ahead is unclear: May could seek to renegotiate, find a compromise that Parliament can get behind, or take the issue back to a public vote.

As speculation mounts that the way out could be a second referendum or a general election, we take a look at how individual members of Parliament voted compared with how their constituents voted in 2016.

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