The British Parliament rejected the draft agreement with the EU on “Brexit” again.

391 deputies voted against, for — 242. Thus, 17 days before the official exit from the European Union, London and Brussels do not have clearly specified “Brexit” conditions.

Earlier, Theresa May promised that in case of rejection of the transaction, the deputies will be able to vote on the possibility of the country’s exit from the EU without a deal with Brussels on March 13. If the majority again vote against, the UK’s exit from the European Union will have to be postponed.