Two amendments were adopted. An amendment to a common commitment between the UK and the EU for citizens` rights was adopted without any division. An amendment to set the timetable for new wise votes in March 2019 was adopted at a range of 502 to 20. The main request (as amended) was then adopted without division.  The reoriented House of Commons is very different from the one that voted on the withdrawal agreement in October. The government lost the vote on the calendar by 308 votes to 322. On Monday, the bill will be passed at second reading and colleagues will discuss it before going to committee within three days. Under this timetable, MPs will review the details of the legislation for two days when the House of Commons returns in January. “This will be reported to the police, and I know that I and others consider it a hate crime.” He said: “I would like to warn very, very, very clearly the members who sit in the other place. They are mainly in favour of remains, many of whom benefit from their former employment with the European Commission. They should respect four massive voices of the people. The government insisted that its policy towards refugee children and Erasmus has not changed anything.
A government source said the changes would put a “legal obligation” on the UK to start negotiations after Brexit, something the EU will not have. The success of the Grieves amendment (by 321 votes to 299) means that MEPs can now amend this proposal, giving them a much wider say on the UK`s withdrawal from the EU.  Please see a brief explanation of today`s vote on the withdrawal agreement: pic.twitter.com/vkyG4wpTBw The vote seems to match his hope of reaching a deal in nine days at the end of the month. Julia Lopez (Conservatives – Hornchurch and Upminster) (Lee Rowley proxy vote) This meant that if the government lost the late vote on January 15, 2019, it had three days of meeting (until January 21, 2019) to establish its “Plan B.”  I have just voted on the EU Withdrawal Act to finalise #Brexit on 31 January. Compliance with the commitments made by @BorisJohnson and @Conservatives in parliamentary elections. pic.twitter.com/NvOzSOQ1Gu The Scottish Conservatives are the only party ready and able to stop Sturgeon and his plans for a second independence referendum. Jacob Rees-Mogg back at the Despatch BoxSets out the business of the House, announces breaks – also for the 2020 holiday season, when he says MPs will return to Margaret Thatcher`s birthday The Commons voted 329 – 299 in favor of the withdrawal law in a big victory for the PM after months of negotiations with Brussels and its backs. 32 Labour MPs abstained, with the EU withdrawal agreement being adopted by a majority of 124.
Following the success of Letwin`s first amendment, indicative votes were held on 27 March on the Brexit options favoured by Parliament. Eight proposals were voted on, eight of which failed. On 20 December 2019, just after the opening of Parliament after the 2019 British general election (in which the Conservative Party won a large majority of 80 seats), the government introduced a new bill to ratify its draft withdrawal agreement. She also moved another guillotine motion to limit debate on the bill. “In a Brexit referendum and a Brexit election, public opinion was now clear, and that is what Labour should do: our struggle must be for the nature of Brexit and the huge difference between Labour and Conservative visions of our economy. Any questions about the continuation of Brexit are over. The supreme leaf of the law is: “My lords, the Commons have passed the law on the withdrawal agreement of the European Union, to which they wish the approval of the lords.” Patrick Grady, SNP MP for Glasgow North, asked if the government could confirm whether it would ask for Big Ben`s bell to ring at 11pm on 31 January. In July 2017, David Jones said, S