MHAIRI Black has called Wednesday's Brexit vote "an absolute riddy" for Prime Minister Theresa May.

The SNP MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire South made the comment after MPs defied the Government and dramatically decided to rule out a no-deal withdrawal from the EU in scenes some Tory Brexiteers described as “chaotic”.

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Ms Black took to Twitter after the vote and wrote: "It’s an absolute riddy that the Prime Minister tabled tonight’s motion and ended up voting against it. The entire thing was just another ploy to try and scare the ERG into voting for her deal yesterday. An absolute embarrassment."

Her comments attracted thousands of reactions in just a few hours.

Ian Blackford SNP MP for Ross, Skye and Lochaber, also blasted Mrs May following a shambolic evening in the Commons which saw 321 to 278 vote against the prospect of a no-deal Brexit. 

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He said that "this was a prime minister with her head in the sand" and that the PM simply "didn't get it." 

In January, MPs voted against her deal by a whopping 230 votes, the biggest defeat ever for a Prime Minister.

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