After the defeat of the no- confidence motion where does Brexit go from here?

Cross-party talks held to inform ‘Plan B’ deal. Could involve input from Brussels

Revised deal presented to Commons on 21 January; MPs may table amendments

MPs vote on revised deal and amendments on 29 January

Parliament approves deal

Parliament rejects deal

UK leaves the EU on these terms on 29 March

A rejected deal would probably lead to at least one of the following, any of which could take place at any time until 29 March ...

Labour tables a second vote of no confidence

Labour moves to support a further referendum

Theresa May resigns or is forced out

UK asks the EU for an extension on Article 50

... the outcome of one, or possibly more of these events is unknown, but could potentially lead to ...

New deal

Could happen if EU enters into new negotiations and parliament accepts new deal

No Brexit

Possibly as a result of a second referendum

No deal

This will happen on 29 March if no deal can be reached

After the defeat of the no- confidence motion where does Brexit go from here?

Cross-party talks held to inform

‘Plan B’ deal. Could involve input from Brussels

Revised deal presented to Commons on 21 January; MPs may table amendments

MPs vote on revised deal and amendments on 29 January

UK leaves the EU on these terms on 29 March

Parliament approves deal

Parliament rejects deal

A rejected deal would probably lead to at least one of the following,

any of which could take place at any time until 29 March ...

Labour tables a second vote of no confidence

Labour moves to support a further referendum

Theresa May resigns or is forced out

UK asks the EU for an extension on Article 50

... the outcome of one, or possibly more of these

events is unknown, but could potentially lead to ...

No Brexit

Possibly as a result of a second referendum

New deal

Could happen if EU enters into new negotiations and parliament accepts new deal

No deal

This will happen on 29 March if no deal can be reached

Cross-party talks held to inform

‘Plan B’ deal. Could involve input from Brussels

Revised deal presented to Commons on 21 January; MPs may table amendments

UK leaves the EU on these terms on 29 March

MPs vote on revised deal and amendments on 29 January

Parliament approves deal

Parliament rejects deal

After the defeat of the no- confidence motion where does Brexit go from here?

A rejected deal would probably lead to at least one of the following,

any of which could take place at any time until 29 March ...

Labour tables a second vote of no confidence

Labour moves to support a further referendum

UK asks the EU for an extension on Article 50

Theresa May resigns or is forced out

... the outcome of one, or possibly more of these

events is unknown, but could potentially lead to ...

No Brexit

Possibly as a result of a second referendum

New deal

Could happen if EU enters into new negotiations and parliament accepts new deal

No deal

This will happen on 29 March if no deal can be reached