A deal was finally reached after the government offered assurances that Speaker John Bercow will get the final say on the type of Parliamentary vote held if there is no deal struck with the EU.
Labour said the upper chamber would then consider any changes at around 1830 GMT.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday survived a brewing rebellion within her own Conservative party ranks to win a crucial Brexit vote in Parliament.
Tory Brexit rebel Dominic Grieve caved in to the government this afternoon, following a protracted battle to secure what many Brexiteers suspect was a covert plot to reverse the referendum result.
This would effectively give MPs the power to veto a no-deal Brexit.
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Ministers face another showdown with their critics in the Commons after the House of Lords on Monday again backed an amendment giving MPs a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal.
Some of the amendments initially tabled by the Lords placed major conditions on the form of that unravelling effectively "tying the hands" of government negotiators, e.g.
"That's what wakes me up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat", he told Sky News television.
"The very reason I've prompted this amendment is to provide a mechanism to make sure that we don't come to government collapse immediately".
But eurosceptic Conservative MP Graham Stringer said Grieve and his supporters were only interested in "sabotaging the whole process".
Crucially, the motion will be unamendable, meaning MPs can not insert a requirement for Mrs May to go back to the negotiating table, extend the Brexit transition or revoke the UK's withdrawal under Article 50. Talks with the bloc have all but stalled, with May's top team of ministers at odds over plans for future trading relations with the European Union, which businesses complain makes them unable to plan their investment decisions.
Both sides are still publicly aiming for an agreement in October, but this is looking more and more hard.
But worldwide trade secretary Liam Fox said nothing had really changed and the option of a no-deal Brexit had been left firmly on the table. Relationships between MPs had been "strained nearly beyond belief", she said.