MPs will vote again on how much of a say Parliament should have on Brexit, after another House of Lords defeat for the government.
Peers decided MPs should have to approve whatever the government decided to do next if there was no final agreement with the EU.
Their amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill was backed by 354 votes to 235.
Lenovo Customer Service It means the issue is sent back to the House of Commons for a debate on Wednesday.
Leading Tory Eurosceptic Jacob Rees-Mogg accused the Lords of being "cavalier" towards the UK's constitution.
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