May hints at possible need for election, saying MPs 'reaching limits' of Brexit process – live news
Rolling updates on the fate of the withdrawal agreement on the day UK was supposed to be leaving EU
- MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal by 58 votes
- How did each MP vote on the withdrawal agreement?
- Q&A: what happens now?
- May’s statement after defeat
- May’s statement – What it means for what next?
As of 5.30pm, there had been two arrests at today’s pro-Brexit rallies, Scotland Yard says.
One male was identified as being wanted for an offence in Hertfordshire and subsequently arrested.
One male was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer.
Supporters of Yaxley-Lennon have marched to Downing Street. Many of his backers have begun to engage in heated exchanges with the police officers there, according to the Press Association. They chanted “we want our country back” and “we want Brexit”, before turning on a television crew.