Two amendments were adopted. An amendment to a common commitment between the UK and the EU for citizens` rights was adopted without any division. An amendment to set the timetable for new wise votes in March 2019 was adopted at a range of 502 to 20. The main request (as amended) was then adopted without division.  The bill passed third reading by 330 votes to 231. Sarah Champion, Rosie Cooper, Jon Cruddas, Toby Perkins. Grahame Morris (as expected) and Emma Lewell Buck (as has already been reported) voted in favour of the #brexit Bill (#wab) Only Lewell Buck voted in favour of the proposed programme on @UKLabour benchesIn 23 October, the House of Commons debated three technical acts on the UK`s withdrawal from the EU. The legislative debate focused on the repeal of certain technical provisions enshrined in British law with regard to the EU. If these three acts were to be voted on, they would only come into force if the UK finally left the EU. The three points discussed related to changes to existing UK legislation to remove 1) THE EU`s free movement provisions  2) the UK`s regulatory oversight by third countries 3) regarding EU-codified financial services.  All three amendments were put to a divisive vote and all three passed the vote in the House of Commons.
   Permanent provision 24B says, ”Where, according to the spokesperson… A movement… In neutral terms, no amendments can be tabled on this subject.  The Grieves amendment does not apply this permanent decision to any request made as part of the meaningful vote of the Act that would amend any request for the withdrawal process by Parliament.  If the British Parliament voted against the agreement, the government would have to present an alternative, a ”Plan B”.  As a result, Grieve has tabled an amendment to the business request that deals with the procedure if Parliament votes against the agreement.  The amendment states (italicization amendment):  The program request was accepted by 353 votes to 243. Lawmakers last year rejected repeated efforts by Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his predecessor Theresa May to secure support for their Brexit deal. However, Johnson`s comfortable 80-seat majority in December`s general election meant there was never any doubt that the law would be passed this time. Later that day, Conservative MP Anna Soubry, when questioned by the Prime Minister, called on May to accept The Grieve amendment: ”The Prime Minister says she wants a sensible vote on Brexit before we leave the European Union.