It wasn't even close - 412 to 202. With that, Theresa May gets to return to Brussels for EU consent to postpone the Brexit date.
Hard to know what awaits as the EU needs a unanimous vote to consent to the postponement. Some of those EU councillors are already fed up with the antics underway in the British House of Commons.
May will need to come with something more than, "sorry, we can't get our act together." Some of the EU representatives want to hear something concrete, a plan for what May intends to achieve between now and the end of June. European Council president, Donald Tusk, says the Brits will need to present "a credible justification for a possible extention."