European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Act 2017

Ministers make concessions on UK Internal Market Bill after heavy Lords defeats
With the Brexit legislation row defused, will the PM focus more on the virus?
The government overturns its defeat in the Lords on Lord Dubs' amendment, which looked to guarantee family reunion rights for child refugees after Brexit.
Ex-child refugee Lord Dubs calls on MPs to "show what they're made of" and back his amendment on in the Commons on Wednesday.
We must learn from the many grave mistakes and deceptions, to ensure such a manipulation of our democracy does not happen again, writes Ed Davey.
Will Brexit be delayed? Will there be an election? We answer the key questions in light of Tuesday night’s votes
Jim Fitzpatrick tackled by Victoria Derbyshire. "You haven’t tried to read any of this?"
MPs furious at failure to produce any economic impact assessment of the deal.
'Moderate' Tory MPs could now decide whether Halloween will be 'do or die' but the SNP may determine when the election comes.
But PM has said he would rather "die in a ditch" than request it.