The UK Prime Minister's plan for a third so-called meaningful vote on her Brexit deal has been derailed by the speaker of the House of Commons.
John Bercow said he would not allow Theresa May's motion to be put to parliament again if it looked 'substantially the same' as the last time she put it to the House of Commons a week ago.
It is a move which appears to have taken May by surprise and thrown her Brexit plans into further confusion.
Bercow has dashed her hopes of having a third parliamentary vote on her withdrawal deal unless MP's are given a new proposition.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay today suggested a vote could take place next week and PMs can "find a way" to get the third meaningful vote.