Tonight, the House of Commons voted on four motions for leaving the EU, including a customs union and a Norway-style arrangement – keeping the UK in the single market – but none gained a majority.

The results were as follows:

  • Parliamentary supremacy – Defeated by 292 to 191.
  • Confirmatory public vote – Defeated by 292 to 280.
  • ‘Common Market 2.0’ – Defeated by 282 to 261.
  • Customs union – Defeated by 276 to 273.

In addition, following the failure of his own motion (Common Market 2.0), Nick Boles has resigned from the Conservative Party.