The whole Brexit scenario has brought the House of Commons to a position it hasn’t seen in almost 100 years with a large number of Conservative MPs voting against government late last night leading to the whip being withdrawn from them. The result of which is that Boris Johnson’s government is hanging on by a thread with only 289 MPs, the lowest number of MPs in government since 1924.
The result of Johnson losing a crucial vote is that he has now trying to push for a General Election, which the Labour Party have said they would oppose.
The Conservatives will now continue to push for the UK to leave Europe by 31st October regardless of whether a Withdrawal Agreement is in place or not. The likeliness is that the country will see a Hard Brexit with No Deal in place, which may then be followed by a General Election.