Brexit showdown LIVE: Theresa May faces parliamentary warfare on EU Withdrawal Bill vote

  • Theresa May is attempting to crush amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill  
  • The Brexit bill is returning to the House of Commons from the House of Lords
  • There are 15 proposed changes – including allowing MPs to vote on a final deal 

Theresa May will go into battle to save her Brexit legislation today as the EU Withdrawal Bill returns to the House of Commons.

Mrs May is seeking to crush amendments made by the House of Lords, which could delay and potentially derail Britain’s break from the European Union.

The Cabinet will meet early on Tuesday, before the Parliament decides whether or not MPs should be given a vote on the final deal struck with the EU in the autumn, along with 14 other proposed changes.

Meanwhile, Scotland’s parliament has refused to give consent to key Brexit legislation and Ireland’s prime minister is seeking to delay Brexit altogether.

The week is billed as the toughest in Theresa May’s premiership.

Will she be able to save Brexit?

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