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Parliament is back, and speculation is rife about what is next in the Brexit crisis. Here is the Telegraph''s guide:

Fixed Term Parliaments Act

Boris Johnson could ask MPs to vote for a third time to allow a general election to be held.  Under the 2011 Fixed Term Parliaments Act, the Government needs two-thirds of MPs - 434 MPs - in the Commons to support holding an election.

MPs simply vote on whether they agree with the statement "that there shall be an early parliamentary general election" under the legislation.

Without a vote, MPs are due to sit until 2022, unless a no confidence motion is passed and, over the ensuing 14 days, a government led by another party can no longer command the...

 

Parliament is back, and speculation is rife about what is next in the Brexit crisis. Here is the Telegraph''s guide:

Fixed Term Parliaments Act

Boris Johnson could ask MPs to vote for a third time to allow a general election to be held.  Under the 2011 Fixed Term Parliaments Act, the Government needs two-thirds of MPs - 434 MPs - in the Commons to support holding an election.

MPs simply vote on whether they agree with the statement "that there shall be an early parliamentary general election" under the legislation.

Without a vote, MPs are due to sit until 2022, unless a no confidence motion is passed and, over the ensuing 14 days, a government led by another party can no longer command the...

 

Parliament is back, and speculation is rife about what is next in the Brexit crisis. Here is the Telegraph''s guide:

Fixed Term Parliaments Act

Boris Johnson could ask MPs to vote for a third time to allow a general election to be held.  Under the 2011 Fixed Term Parliaments Act, the Government needs two-thirds of MPs - 434 MPs - in the Commons to support holding an election.

MPs simply vote on whether they agree with the statement "that there shall be an early parliamentary general election" under the legislation.

Without a vote, MPs are due to sit until 2022, unless a no confidence motion is passed and, over the ensuing 14 days, a government led by another party can no longer command the...

 

Parliament is back, and speculation is rife about what is next in the Brexit crisis. Here is the Telegraph''s guide:

Fixed Term Parliaments Act

Boris Johnson could ask MPs to vote for a third time to allow a general election to be held.  Under the 2011 Fixed Term Parliaments Act, the Government needs two-thirds of MPs - 434 MPs - in the Commons to support holding an election.

MPs simply vote on whether they agree with the statement "that there shall be an early parliamentary general election" under the legislation.

Without a vote, MPs are due to sit until 2022, unless a no confidence motion is passed and, over the ensuing 14 days, a government led by another party can no longer command the...