MPs have begun two days of debate in the Commons over the government's bill to invoke Article 50.
David Davis, the secretary of state for exiting the European Union, opened the second reading of the Bill, which enacts the Brexit referendum result saying: "At the core of this bill lies a very simple question - do we trust the people or not?"
A great deal of debate is expected - 99 backbench MP's alone have registered their intention with the Speaker of the House to speak on the Bill.
Mr Davis urged members to allow the government to stick to its March 31 deadline to invoke Article 50.
Residents in town which had the highest 'leave vote' in the referendum say Government's Brexit strategy "does not have enough detail".
Labour MP dodged questions over why she missed Brexit Bill vote in the Commons - by driving away from waiting reporters outside her home.
A four-month-old baby was a first-hand witness to the vote on triggering Article 50 - coming along with his MP mother.