Britain is on course to leave the European Union at the end of this month after Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill cleared its final parliamentary hurdle.
The prime minister’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill is set to be given royal assent and become law after it was passed by the House of Lords.
Mr Johnson’s deal still needs to be ratified by the EU Parliament.
However, barring unexpected circumstances, it will enter the statute book and Britain will leave on January 31. All five amendments made by Peers were reversed by MPs on Wednesday, with majorities ranging from 86 to 103. Read more