UK lawmakers have rejected all four alternative Brexit options in the second round of the indicative votes. Earlier, the European Union gave the United Kingdom until 12 April to decide upon alternative withdrawal arrangements, or leave without a deal.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will be chairing a crucial meeting of senior ministers on Tuesday to seek a way out of the Brexit deadlock as the EU warns a no-deal departure is growing more likely by the day.
On Monday night, in a series of four indicative votes, MPs failed to find a majority on any alternative to Mrs May’s divorce deal, an agreement they have already rejected three times.
The farcical political situation has caused a riot over memes and jokes on Twitter in particular in the last few days.