Fifty years of integration cannot be solved so easily. We will all have to work hard to build a new relationship, always with a focus on the interests and protection of civil rights. It will not be easy. There will be difficult situations that will test our future relationships. We have known this since the beginning of Brexit. However, I am sure that we will be able to overcome all the differences and always find common ground. MEPs described as “not voted” may not have done so for a number of reasons. They may wish to abstain or may have constituency or ministerial matters. The President and his deputies cannot vote and Sinn Fein members traditionally do not vote. As expected, there were no significant changes in the positions of the political parties, the government was defeated in the vote on 15 January by 432 votes to 202.
The defeat of 230 votes was the worst for a government in modern parliamentary history.  196 Conservative MPs, 3 Labour MPs and 3 independent MPs supported the deal. The agreement was rejected by 118 Conservative MPs, 248 Labour MPs, the 35 SNP MPs, the 11 Liberal Democrat MPs, the 10 DUP MPs, the 4 MPs from Plaid Cymru, the only Green MP and 5 independent MPs.  To enter into force, the Withdrawal Agreement will now be submitted to the Final Vote of the Council by qualified majority. Following further negotiations between the UK and the EU, a revised withdrawal agreement was concluded on 17 October.  Two days later, an extraordinary session of parliament was held on Saturday (dubbed “Super Saturday” by the media) to debate the new deal.    MEPs passed the second Letwin Amendment 322 to 306, which denied Parliament`s approval until legislation implementing the agreement was passed and forced the government to ask the EU to postpone Brexit until January 31, 2020.  The amended motion was then passed by MPs without a vote, as the government effectively accepted defeat.  On October 21, the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, rejected a government request to vote on the Brexit deal, citing its earlier decision to withdraw it.  Former Prime Minister Theresa May is now in deep conversation with her former Chief Whip Julian Smith. They probably remember how much fun it all was when their withdrawal agreement was hammered at every vote earlier this year On October 21, the government released the withdrawal agreement and offered three days of debate to opposition MPs to review it.
 The government introduced the recently revised EU Withdrawal Act in the House of Commons for debate on the evening of October 22, 2019.  MPs voted in favour of a second reading of the bill, which passed by 329 votes to 299, and the timing of debate on the bill, which was rejected by 322 votes to 308. Before the votes, Johnson had said that if his timetable did not generate the necessary support for its passage in parliament, he would abandon attempts to approve the deal and seek to hold a general election. After the vote, Johnson announced that the legislation would be suspended during consultation with other EU leaders.   The UK Parliament approved the draft agreement at the time by adopting implementing rules (European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020) on January 23, 2020. Following the signing of the Agreement, the Government of the United Kingdom published and deposited the British Instrument of Ratification of the Agreement on 29 January 2020.   The agreement was ratified by the Council of the European Union on 30 January 2020, after obtaining the consent of the European Parliament on 29 January 2020. The withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union entered into force on 31 January 2020 at 11 .m GMT, and on that date the Withdrawal Agreement under Article 185 entered into force. According to the request of 27. February means the defeat of the second significant vote that the government must immediately submit a request to leave the European Union without a withdrawal agreement. The motion blocking a no-deal Brexit was tabled on March 13.   Two amendments to the motion for a resolution were put to the vote: the first, tabled by Caroline Spelman and categorically rejecting the lack of agreement in all circumstances, was adopted by 312 votes to 308; the second, the “Malthouse Compromise”, which supports a so-called “managed no-deal Brexit”, failed by 164 votes to 374.