In December 2017, pressure intensified on the government to amend Term 9 to allow Parliament to approve the final terms of the UK-EU withdrawal agreement by 29 March 2019, the date set for the UK`s withdrawal from the EU. Conservative MP Dominic Grieve advised the government to amend the clause itself or it would table its own amendment to the bill.  Grieve introduced its amendment to the Bill (Amendment 7) in which it stipulates that a Brexit agreement must be implemented by legislative and not by government decision.  In accordance with the motion of 27 February, the defeat of the second significant vote means that the government must immediately submit a request to withdraw from the European Union without a withdrawal agreement. The request, which blocked a Brexit without a deal, was made on 13 March.   Two amendments to the proposal were put to a vote: the first, tabled by Caroline Spelman and which in no way categorically rejected the non-deal, was adopted in 312-308; The second, the “Malthouse Compromise,” which supported the so-called “Non-Deal-Managed Brexit,” failed 164-374. The government says it will put the law into force in time for 31 January, the deadline for Brexit. Immediately afterwards, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn called for a vote of no confidence in the government, which took place on 16 January 2019. The government won by 325 votes to 306, a majority of 19.  Further indicative votes on the proposals selected by the spokesperson took place on 1 April.   In the BBC Newsnight, Grieve said that May had to respect the “assurances” given to her that Parliament would have a greater say in every final Brexit deal.   There was a disagreement between the Conservatives on what had been agreed, and Anna Soubry, MP, said: “The Prime Minister said yesterday that clause c of Dominic Grieve`s amendment would be discussed as part of the new amendment to be tabled in the Lords” and Stephen Hammond. and we have said that very strongly today in government.
The government has recognized this point, and I am waiting for a new amendment to cover this situation.  He highlighted the commitments that the Prime Minister had withdrawn from the law since MPs voted on the agreement in the last Parliament in October. These include promises on workers` rights, Parliament`s role in the review of future trade negotiations and the protection of refugee children. After passing its second reading by a sovereign 358 votes to 234, the withdrawal agreement is on track to complete its adoption by both houses of Parliament in time for Brexit to take place at the end of January. When the bill returned to the House of Commons on June 20, the government offered other concessions. The concessions meant that the government won by 319 votes to 303: a majority of 16  The shadow Brexit secretary, Keir Starmer, reiterated at the end of the debate Johnson`s proposal that it was time to distance himself from the referendum campaign, when he himself was a staunch remnant. “request to withdraw from the European Union,” a request made on behalf of a Minister of the Crown pursuant to Section 13, paragraph 1, paragraph b), of the European Union Withdrawal Act (Withdrawal Act 2018); and “assigned day,” a day when the first government activity is the request to withdraw from the European Union.