The House of Commons of the British Parliament rejected amendments to the bill of Brexit
The House of Commons (lower chamber) of the British Parliament rejected the amendments made by the House of Lords (upper house) to the bill on the beginning of the procedure for the country’s withdrawal from the European Union.
So, 287 deputies voted to oblige the government to guarantee the citizens of the EU living in the UK to maintain this status. 335 were against it.
286 politicians voted for the government, after agreeing the terms of Brexit with Brussels, to submit them to the parliament for approval. 331 voted against it.
Now all the amendments have been sent to the government and are waiting for approval.