Sounds like the vote was indeed a resounding rejection of Theresa May's proposal ("the heaviest parliamentary defeat of any British prime minister in the democratic era") and now a no confidence vote is on the table:
This is frustrating and confusing to watch from across the pond, since even the opposition parties still seem to want to steam ahead with Brexit in some form or another, which can only end in disaster. It's like quibbling over whether or not to roll the windows down in a car that's barreling toward a cliff at full speed.
Am I a dumb American for sitting over here thinking, "why not just...not Brexit?"
It seems so clear now that the original pro-Brexit campaign was based on a bunch of false premises and that the public was largely misled. The referendum was non-binding. Why is the government so determined to drive directly off this cliff?