The amendment will now return to the House of Commons to be debated on Wednesday, and sets up a clash between Remainer and Pro-Brexit MPs.
"But as we do that, of course we have been listening to concerns about the role of Parliament, but we need to make sure that Parliament can't tie the Government's hands in negotiation and can't overturn the will of the British people".
"We can not accept the amendment on (a) meaningful vote agreed in the Lords".
The row centres on what happens if parliament rejects the initial exit deal May and her team negotiate with Brussels.
18 de junio de 2018, 15:52London, Jun 18 (Prensa Latina) The House of Lords, in the United Kingdom, reiterated today its support for an amendment to the European Union (EU) Withdrawal Bill with the aim of guaranteeing to Parliament the final decision on Brexit.
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Item 7 addresses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and rights abuses in Israel and by Israel in the adjacent occupied territories. Haley also blamed human rights groups for the decision to leave, saying they had thwarted US attempts to improve the council.
"The whole point is to send to the Commons the agreement Dominic Grieve and others thought they had reached with the Prime Minister". May's Conservative Party does not have a majority in the Lords, and was expected to lose after compromise talks with rebel lawmakers broke down last week.
"And I can assure you I wake up at 2am in a cold sweat thinking about the problems that we have put on our shoulders".
Negotiations on a compromise, promised last week by May to avert a defeat, fell apart at the last minute on Thursday when rebels said the government had changed the wording of an agreement.
Pro-Europeans want to ensure there is some way of holding the government to account in what would be a crisis situation.
Tory Lord True said the amendment would give the House of Commons "potential control over the Government in negotiations", adding: "I believe that to be utterly impractical and totally unconstitutional".
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For that to happen though, it is important that the iPhone be allowed to cross the USA and China borders unfettered by tariffs. Last week he threatened 25 percent tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese products with another $100 billion targeted beyond that.
"All of us must hope that this does not happen".
Several MPs have suggested Grieve's amendment is unnecessary.
"The alternative is that we have all got to sign-up to a slavery clause now saying whatever the Government does, when it comes to January, however potentially catastrophic it might be for my constituents, and my country, I'm signing in blood now that I will follow over the edge of the cliff".
Grieve said he did not want to leave such a situation to chance.
The Hailsham amendment, dubbed "Grieve 2" by the peer, was tabled after Mr Grieve warned that the Tory rebels he leads could "collapse" the Government if they disagree with the final outcome of withdrawal talks, and had the right to a proper say on Brexit.
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Wilshere made his senior debut for the club in 2008 and went on to amass nearly 200 appearances in all competitions for Arsenal . It is a big boost of confidence for the right-back, who has been a target for Juventus and Barcelona and Manchester United.
"To rule out "no deal" as an option completely, even as a theoretical negotiating objective, places the government in an impossible position", former Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont told lawmakers.