UK Parliament rejects Brexit deal: Timeline of key events from 2013 when David Cameron vowed EU referendum as poll promise
Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence on Wednesday as Jeremy Corbyn submitted the motion over the government's defeat in the Brexit vote.
British MPs voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to reject the divorce deal
May is set to face a vote of no confidence on Wednesday
Frustrated EU leaders have urged Britain to decide what it wants from Brexit
In a historic vote that leaves Brexit hanging in the balance, British MPs, in an overwhelming majority, rejected the divorce deal in a vote in Parliament on Tuesday. Lawmakers in the House of Commons voted by 432 to 202 to reject Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement with the European Union (EU).
May is set to face a vote of no confidence on Wednesday as Leader of Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn submitted the motion, saying the government had suffered a "catastrophic" defeat.
Frustrated EU leaders have urged Britain to decide what it wants from Brexit, insisting that the accord they signed with May remains the best way to avoid a feared "hard Brexit" on 29 March. They further warned that the bloc would remain united if May now sought more concessions to help her sell the accord to sceptical British MPs and voters.
In view of the developments, here's a look at the timeline of key events related to Britain's decision to leave the European Union:
EU countries agree to 2-billion-euro plan to send a million artillery shells to Ukraine
The plan approved by the ministers was based on a proposal from EU foreign policy chief Josep Borell to spend 1 billion euros on shells from stockpiles to send more supplies to Kyiv soon, and 1 billion more on joint procurement
EU condemns large-scale, gender-based discrimination by Taliban in Afghanistan
The de facto authorities have restricted women's and girls' freedom of movement since August 15, 2021, preventing girls from attending secondary education, excluding them from the majority of the workforce, and forbidding them from utilising public parks, gyms, and bathrooms
Poland to approve Ukraine’s request for fighter jets
President Andrzej Duda said Thursday that Poland would hand over four of the Soviet-made warplanes in the coming days and the rest need to be checked and would be supplied later. Duda did not say if other countries would be making the same move