Members from Parliament have rejected Theresa May’s EU withdrawal understanding for a third time.
MP’s rejected the arrangement by 344 votes to 286, a dominant part of 58, tossing UK’s Brexit plans into more disarray.
Mrs May said the vote would have “grave” ramifications and the “lawful default” was that the UK would leave on 12 April.
That implied there would not be sufficient time to get enactment through to keep away from a no-bargain Brexit, she said.
Work pioneer Jeremy Corbyn required her to leave and call a decision.
Reacting to the vote, European Council President Donald Tusk tweeted: “In perspective on the dismissal of the Withdrawal Agreement by the House of Commons, I have chosen to call an European Council on 10 April.”