A look at timings for Britain's crucial Brexit vote

Timings for Britain's crucial Brexit vote

LONDON -- British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a critical vote her EU divorce deal — and its prospects are uncertain. A look at how Tuesday's events are expected to unfold, with approximate timings.

0930 GMT: The Cabinet gathers in Downing Street for its regular Tuesday morning meeting, with the focus on Brexit. It is likely to last for several hours.

1250 GMT: Attorney General Geoffrey Cox opens final day of debate on May's deal in the House of Commons.

1830 GMT: May closes the debate.

1900 GMT: Voting set to begin, starting with amendments and culminating in the vote on the withdrawal agreement.

May is expected to make a statement to the House of Commons after the result is known.