All eyes were drawn to whether the House of Commons would support or discard peers’ demand for a beefed-up meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal, which also set deadlines for the government to agree a withdrawal agreement with the EU.
MPs voted to on a motion to disagree with amendment 19, which would have given MPs a more meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal.
The government staved off a humiliating defeat by offering a last-ditch concession to potential rebels – and won with a majority of 26.
However, there were still rebels among Labour and Tory MPs, along with some notable abstentions.
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*Estimates of Leave/Remain constituency by Chris Hanretty, professor of politics at Royal Holloway University of London
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