Motion (B): No deal
Proposes leaving the European Union without a deal on April 12.
Motion (D): Common market 2.0
Proposes UK membership of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and the European Economic Area.
Motion (H) EFTA and EEA
Similar to the Common Market 2.0 approach, but rules out any customs union with the EU.
Motion (J) Customs Union
Proposes negotiating a “permanent and comprehensive Uk-wide customs union with the EU” in any Brexit deal.
Motion (K) Labour’s alternative plan
Calls on the UK to be closely aligned with the EU on matters such as the Single Market. Supports a permanent customs union in which the UK has “an appropriate say on any new trade deal terms.”
Motion (L) Revocation to avoid no deal
Proposes if no Withdrawal Agreement is agreed to when the government is two days away from exiting the EU, the government has to have a no-deal Brexit vote. It states if MPs vote against a no deal the Prime Minister has to revoke Article 50 — the legal process by which Brexit is happening.
Motion (M) Confirmatory public vote
Proposes that the UK cannot ratify any Brexit deal “unless and until they have been approved by the people of the UK in a confirmatory public ballot.”
Motion (O) Contingent preferential arrangements
Calls for the government to seek preferential trade agreements with the EU if it can’t agree a Withdrawal Agreement with the bloc.