After 250 hours of debate, the EU withdrawal bill has made it through Parliament. The Lords approved the government’s motion to agree with the final version of the bill as sent to them by the Commons.
The EU withdrawal bill will go for royal assent in its current form.
Earlier today, the government won a key vote 319-303 that would give MPs the power to stop a no deal Brexit. The bill leaves Parliament a spectator in the Brexit process and MPs unable to stop a no deal Brexit.
The Tory ‘rebels’ were given assurances that MPs will have a meaningful say which granted victory to the government when Grieve, and other allies, voted against his own amendment.