Theresa May faces Brexit deadlock

5:12 p.m. ET, April 1, 2019

All four indicative votes failed

Here are the results of Monday's votes:

Motion C, Customs Union -- Lost by 276 votes to 273

Motion D, Common Market 2.0 -- Lost by 282 votes to 261

Motion E, Confirmatory public vote -- Lost by 292 votes to 280

Motion G, Parliamentary Supremacy -- Lost by 292 votes to 191

5:16 p.m. ET, April 1, 2019

Corbyn calls for third round of votes on Wednesday

Jeremy Corbyn, the opposition Labour party leader, has called for a third round of indicative votes on Wednesday to finally break the Brexit deadlock, admitting he is "disappointed" that all four options failed on Monday night.

"The margin for defeat for one of the options tonight was very narrow indeed," he said. "If it's good enough for the Prime Minister to have three chances for her deal," MPs should be able to return for another round of votes on Wednesday, he said.

5:07 p.m. ET, April 1, 2019

BREAKING: Brexit remains deadlocked as UK Parliament rejects alternative plans

UK lawmakers yet again fail to agree an alternative to Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan, prolonging the political deadlock  

4:59 p.m. ET, April 1, 2019

Vote results imminent

The division bell has rung in the House of Commons, meaning the results from Monday's indicative votes will be revealed in the next ten minutes.

4:35 p.m. ET, April 1, 2019

I'm nervous about tonight, says European Parliament Vice-President


Britain is close to crashing out of the EU in an "accidental" no-deal Brexit, Mairead McGuinness, the Vice-President of the European Parliament has told CNN.

“I’m actually not sure what I hope for anymore," he said. "What I had hoped for was the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated would be passed and we’d get on to chatting about the future. So, I’m quite nervous and anxious about what’s going to happen tonight."

"It’s going to be another late night here trying to look at the results and ponder about whether they chart a way forward,” he added.

“Around this town today, it’s Monday, it’s April Fool’s day - nobody was smiling very much," he says of Brussels earlier.

"There were a few jokes told but I think we’re all really aware now that while a no-deal was something we thought was [far away] we now realize it’s a much closer to happening, almost by accident rather than by design. And I think that's the worst possible outcome for the United Kingdom and the European Union.”

4:02 p.m. ET, April 1, 2019

Results expected around 10:30 p.m. (5:30 p.m. ET)

It's looking like a long night in Westminster, where results of the indicative votes are anticipated at 10:30 p.m. local time. The House of Commons has been suspended until the counts are complete.

3:35 p.m. ET, April 1, 2019

Here's what the ballot paper looks like

MPs can vote "Aye" or "No" on the four separate Brexit options. Here's the ballot:

One hardline Brexiteer MP, David Davies, scribbled a message on his ballot asking why a no-deal break wasn't included. The Commons Speaker, John Bercow, ruled earlier that voting on a no-deal split was moot, given that it is the current legal default.