>> Order. Order. Britain's Brexit blueprint will now officially become law, as the country battles to end more than 40 years of partnership with the EU. The ayes to the right- A crucial victory for Britain's Prime Minister on Wednesday. Parliament approved Theresa May's withdrawal bill. The nos have it.
Unlock. Paving the way for it to gain formal royal assent from the queen. This was not a sure thing. Up until last minute, lawmakers from within her own Conservative Party were threatening to rebel. And I finally say to the government this. For the second time in two weeks, they voted on whether they should have a meaningful say on whatever Brexit deal May strikes.
As a meaningful vote amendment. And for the second time in two weeks, a compromise averted a rebellion that could have undermined her authority.
t the battle isn't over. May's withdrawal blueprint may be out the door. But she'll need to get some more bills through on trade and customs arrangements to prepare Britain for life outside the EU.
If she doesn't come back with any deal at all, they want to be able to do something about that to avoid Britain crashing out of the EU in March.
May's rebels might be keeping their axes sharp for those battles.