House of Commons approved the bill for the Brexit

House of Commons approved the bill for the Brexit

Eleven members of May's Conservative party joined with opposition lawmakers last month to approve an amendment making sure that parliament will have a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal.

This comes after a tumultuous journey in the House of Commons, which several times placed strain upon the Government, before the bill has even been considered by the House of Lords.

Tory MP Nigel Evans said it will take a "very courageous House of Lords" to stand against the majority of British people who voted to leave the European Union in the Brexit referendum, when peers will be given the chance to vote on the final bill.

On Wednesday evening, British MPs passed a government bill on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.

British MPs gave the green light, on January 18, to a landmark Brexit Bill, after weeks of debate and a damaging government defeat, but the legislation now faces a battle in the House of Lords.

Veteran Tory MP Kenneth Clarke, a strident europhile, said yesterday that the House of Lords could make alterations to the bill. The bill goes to the House of Lords.

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His remarks came after an earlier warning from Tory former Cabinet minister Justine Greening, whose first major intervention since returning to the backbenches saw her claim Brexit will "not be sustainable" if it does not work for young people.

It should allow Britain to continue to function normally as it leaves the EU.

Amendment 59, which was supported by Liberal Democrat, Plaid Cymru and Green MPs, sought confirmation of continued membership of the single market and customs union before ministers could implement any withdrawal agreement.

European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday said the EU's "hearts were still open" if Britain chose to change its mind about leaving the bloc.

Lord Adonis has longed campaigned in an attempt to call for a second referendum and reverse Article 50.

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