The push for a re-vote on staying in the EU is voted down by the British Parliament:
MPs tonight voted against a second referendum on Brexit for the first time as Remain MPs prepare to seize control of the agenda to push Britain to a soft Brexit.
A proposal by the Independent Group to demand a new public vote on Brexit has failed after Labour and even the official People’s Vote campaign deserted the move.
The bid for a second referendum was crushed 334 to 85 in a blow to the hopes of campaigners who want a new vote.
Apparently no MP is eager to face the voters after telling them they have to vote until they vote for rule by Brussels.