What were MPs voting on, and how did the Brexit motions fare?
Amendment 1: Labour’s twin track approach
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The official Labour amendment calls for MPs to be able to vote on options to stop a no-deal exit, such as a customs union with the EU, as well as the possibility of a new Brexit referendum. Mr Corbyn has been careful not to commit Labour to officially back such a poll, though.
lost by 31
Amendment 2: The SNP amendment
Ian Blackford's amendment, also backed by Plaid Cymru, calls for an extension to Article 50, the rejection of a no-deal Brexit and states that "the people of Scotland should not be taken out of the EU against their will".
lost by 288
Amendment 3: Grieve amendment
In a bid to prevent a no-deal Brexit, Dominic Grieve's motion would wrest control of Commons business from the Government for six days in the run-up to March 29 to help MPs reach a consensus on how to handle it. Mrs May said it and Yvette Cooper's amendment posed constitutional problems.
lost by 20
Amendment 4: Taking control
Jeremy Corbyn has backed a move by Labour ex-minister Yvette Cooper to delay Brexit in order to allow more time for a deal. If there's no deal by February 26, MPs would get a vote on delaying Brexit to the end of the year and preventing a no-deal exit.
lost by 23
Amendment 5: Extension if no deal
Another cross-party amendment, tabled by Labour's Rachel Reeves, would require the Prime Minister to seek an extension of Article 50 (without specifying for how long) if no deal had been reached by February 26.
lost by 32
Amendment 6: No to no deal
A cross-party effort headed by Tory Dame Caroline Spelman and Labour's Jack Dromey rejects the UK quitting the EU without a Withdrawal Agreement. But Mrs May told MPs: "Unless we're to end up with no Brexit at all, the only way to avoid no deal is to agree a deal."
passed by 8
Amendment 7: Brake on backstop
Mrs May has thrown Government support behind an amendment seeking to replace the backstop with unspecified "alternative arrangements" to avoid a hard border. Tabled by Sir Graham Brady, Mrs May said it would give her a mandate to demand changes to the Withdrawal Agree ment.
passed by 16