Boris Johnson's wishes for a clear answer from Parliament on whether or not they would pass his Brexit deal were scuppered today, as MPs voted to delay giving their views.
The Letwin Amendment, proposed by Sir Oliver Letwin, was approved by MPs by 322 to 306 - meaning MPs will now have to wait until the legislation surrounding Brexit is passed until they approve Mr Johnson's deal.
The amendment was described as an "insurance policy" to make sure the UK cannot crash out without a deal on October 31, as it means the Prime Minister will have to write to the EU to request another extension.
Yorkshire Labour MPs Kevin Barron and Caroline Flint defied their party whip to vote against the amendment, while Sarah Champion and Melanie Onn abstained.
All were tipped as voting for Mr Johnson's deal, if it had got that far.
Other Yorkshire votes were:
Stuart Andrew was a teller for the Noes.