British MPs have approved an amendment which aims to strengthen measures designed to try and stop the UK's Parliament being suspended to force through a no-deal Brexit.
The approval for the amendment from Labour’s Hilary Benn has been described as "a huge victory."
MPs also rejected a Government attempt to disagree with the amendment which bids to stop Parliament being suspended to force through a no-deal Brexit by 315 votes to 273, majority 42.
Chris Leslie said the vote is a "crucial victory to prevent Boris shutting the doors of Parliament to get his way in October.
"He refused to rule out ‘proroguing’ Parliament in order to Brexit with no-deal...so backbench MPs worked across the parties to rule it out for him."
More to follow.