Brexit division as MPs vote on amendments that could throw EU departure off the rails
Theresa May faces a tough week ahead as MPs debate the flagship piece of the Brexit legislation, the EU withdrawal Bill.
What is the purpose of this Bill?
The EU (Withdrawal) Bill revokes the 1972 Act which took the UK into the European Economic Area, but also transposes all relevant EU law into British statute so there are no holes in the law book at the point of Brexit.
The legislation suffered fifteen defeats in the House of Lords, and now it will be debated again in the House of Commons.
Three of the amendments could change the course of Brexit Britain.
We were joined by remain supporters, Alison McGovern MP and Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable - and on the other side of the debate, the former Labour MP, Gisela Stuart and Daniel Hannan MEP.