United Kingdom tourists face European Union roaming charges post-Brexit

Green Party leader Caroline Lucas described the concession as a'dupe

Voting on the bill authorising the government to trigger Article 50 was scheduled to be put to vote on Tuesday evening.

"Our European partners now want to get on with the negotiations, so do I, and so does this house", May told parliament before the debate began.

But the pressure group Open Britain said it did not go far enough and should be rejected as a "con" by MPs voting on key amendments to a bill which will allow Theresa May to trigger withdrawal talks under Article 50 of the European Union treaties.

Brexit Minister David Jones said the final agreement will require approval from both the House of Commons and the House of Lords, and that votes will take place before European Parliament rubber stamps it.

May has said she expects to win approval from lawmakers in time to stick to her end of the March deadline for triggering Britain's exit from the EU.

Some 212 Labour MPs backed the plan while just four opposed it: Kate Hoey, Kelvin Hopkins, Graham Stringer and Gisela Stuart.

Mrs May has warned potential Conservative rebel MPs they will be "obstructing" the will of the people if they vote with Labour and the SNP to change the Bill.

Labour's Sir Keir Starmer hailed it as a "huge and very important concession".

An opinion poll published on Monday suggested that the Government had for the first time won the approval of a majority of the British public for its approach to leaving the European Union.

Sceptics have accused Ms Abott of coming down with a bout of "Brexit flu" because her constituency voted overwhelmingly for Remain in the referendum.

United Kingdom lawmakers will get the chance to reject Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal before it is finalized, potentially forcing her to return to the negotiating table and seek better terms.

His presence in the vote could be crucial as Theresa May is facing a battle with pro-EU MPs over demands to give them a veto on any Brexit deal.

Mr Jones said: "If there were no agreement at all, which is a scenario I think is extremely unlikely, then ultimately it would be falling back upon World Trade Organisation arrangements".

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