On 20 December 2019, just after the opening of Parliament after the 2019 British general election (in which the Conservative Party won a large majority of 80 seats), the government introduced a new bill to ratify its draft withdrawal agreement. She also moved another guillotine motion to limit debate on the bill. In the 2016 referendum, the UK voted 52% to 48% in favour of leaving the EU. But the difficulties that followed in getting Brexit through Parliament led to a deadlock in Westminster. Six Labour members voted for the bill – Sarah Champion, Rosie Cooper, Jon Cruddas, Emma Lewell-Buck, Grahame Morris, Toby Perkins. Here is Lewell-Buck`s speech, in which she says she decided with a heavy heart that she could not vote with the Labour Party. Sarah Champion, Rosie Cooper, Jon Cruddas, Toby Perkins. Grahame Morris (as expected) and Emma Lewell Buck (as noted above) voted in favour of the #brexit (#wab) Bill Lewell Buck voted in favour of the program application on @UKLabour benches The useful vote took place on January 15, 2019 in the House of Commons.  The vote was originally scheduled to take place on December 11, 2018, but on December 10, May postponed it because it became clear that the government`s Brexit deal would be rejected.   On the night before the new bill in the House of Commons, on June 11, 2018, Dominic Grieve tabled a last-minute amendment. The Lords amendment would prevent a “no-deal” scenario and MPs and Lords could ask May to return to the negotiating table and, for example, to get better. Grieve`s amendment also dealt with the “no deal” scenario, but set dates for May to return to Parliament and set out the government`s “no deal” intentions and get Parliament`s approval for those plans.
 This ensures that the UK will remain compliant with EU conventions on climate, environment and workers` rights in a future trade agreement. Once again, the four votes took place at the same time as the ballots, rising to the parliamentary convention, instead of going through lobby groups to indicate their election.  After years of political disagreement and drama, the British Parliament has adopted a comprehensive agreement to withdraw from the EU.