Most of Wales’ MPs have joined colleagues in opposing Boris Johnson’s three-day timetable to get his Brexit deal via the House of Commons.
MPs voted 322 versus 308, with a majority of 14, to reject the PM’s bid to fast-track his Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru members have been amongst these rejecting the plan.
Cardiff Central MP Jo Stevens stated it was “the right result in the national interest”.
But MPs did again the overall precept of the Brexit invoice, passing its second studying.
Andrew RT Davies, a Welsh Conservative Brexiteer AM, stated it was a “big moment as after three years Parliament finally backs something”.
“But then the game-playing returns almost immediately with a vote for yet more prevarication and delay.”
The vote comes after the Welsh Assembly voted towards Boris Johnson’s deal – with first minister Mark Drakeford calling for AMs to go additional and formally refuse consent for the invoice.
Liz Saville Roberts, Plaid Cymru’s parliamentary chief, stated the delay gave “more opportunity to release the economic impact assessments”.
After the vote, the prime minister advised the Commons he would “pause” his laws till the EU had “stated their intentions”.
He despatched a letter, as required by the Benn Act, requested an extension to the Brexit date of 31 October earlier this week.
Mr Johnson advised MPs he was “disappointed” that they had “voted for delay”, and stated the UK “now faced further uncertainty”.
But he stated his coverage remained that Brexit would go forward on the finish of the month, however added: “One way or another, we will leave the EU with this deal to which this House has just given its assent.”
Welsh MPs opposing the timetable included Jane Dodds, for the Liberal Democrats, and former Welsh Conservative MP Guto Bebb.
All six Tory MPs backed the timetable, together with former Brexiteer insurgent David Jones who joined celebration colleagues in backing the second studying, which was opposed by Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru, Mr Bebb and Ms Dodds.
Mr Jones had voted towards Theresa May’s Brexit deal 3 times. Stephen Kinnock, a Labour MP who has talked about supporting a deal, voted towards the schedule and the second studying.
Plaid’s Jonathan Edwards stated: “Tonight’s defeat of the British Government was a victory for democracy. By choosing to pause the Bill, the Prime Minister is doing more to delay Brexit than anyone else.”