The government has sidestepped a defeat on its key Brexit legislation
The government has avoided a major defeat on its Brexit bill by 324 votes to 298 after a late concession.
Ministers read off a move to give MPs the deciding suggest on what happens over Brexit if they do not agree with the spate negotiated by the UK government.
Following a meeting with Theresa May, Tory MPs said they had been promised “input” into what the government would do if the UK faced a no-deal scenario.
But one minister told the BBC he would perpetrate exclusively to “further discussions”.
Solicitor General Robert Buckland said the government continued “open-minded”, but this may or may not result in it come up with brand-new proposals in the coming days.