British parliament will get vote on final Brexit deal

Mr Corbyn’s order could also put pressure on his close ally and shadow home secretary Diane Abbott, who did not vote on the bill last week after a migraine forced her to leave Parliament early.
“Our European partners now want to get on with the negotiations, so do I, and so does this house”, May told parliament before the debate began.The move will help Theresa May trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March, this will formally begin the process of the United Kingdom leaving the EU.Brexit Minister David Jones said the final agreement will require approval from both the House of Commons and the House of Lords, and that votes will take place before European Parliament rubber stamps it.Seven Conservatives voted for the amendment along with 210 Labour and 54 Scottish National Party (SNP) MPs.The Number 10 spokesman said that MPs will be offered a choice between the deal reached by the Prime Minister or no deal at all, and will not have an option to demand that Mrs May go back to Brussels to negotiate an improved agreement.

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The rejection of any deal at that vote would see the United Kingdom crash out of the EU WTO rules – making it of no meaningful use to opponents of “hard Brexit”.The Brexit spokesman from Labour, the main opposition, said it was a “very significant” concession.Last month, May promised to ask parliament to approve the final exit terms, but said that even if it rejected the deal, Britain would leave the European Union, raising concern among some MPs that their vote would be purely symbolic.Her intervention came as Theresa May warned potential Tory rebels against backing amendments seeking to ensure Parliament gets a say on the “endgame” if Brexit negotiations collapse without a deal.Asked Monday about the possible amendments to the Brexit Bill, May’s spokeswoman said the Government would not allow attempts to keep the United Kingdom inside the European Union to succeed.New clause three, proposed by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, was defeated by 333 votes to 284, majority 49.