It was a game of two halves for the government in its bid to pass Boris Johnson's Brexit bill into law.
Here's a brief recap of what happened:
- MPs held two key votes on the government's new Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) after a day of debate.
- No 10 won the first - MPs backed Mr Johnson's Withdrawal Agreement Bill, by a majority of 30.
- However, just minutes later No 10 lost a second vote - MPs rejected Boris Johnson's three-day timetable to get the bill through the Commons, by a majority of 14.
- In response, the PM said the government would "pause this legislation" and "accelerate" preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
- After the vote, European Council President Donald Tusk said he would recommend EU leaders back an extension to the 31 October Brexit deadline.
And what to expect next:
- All eyes turn to Europe, with the 27 other EU leaders to decide whether to grant an extension to Article 50 and, if so, how long that extension should be.
- A No 10 source has told BBC News that if they agree an extension until 31 January - as the UK requested last week - then Downing Street would seek a general election.
- MPs will now return to discussing the contents of the Queen's Speech on Wednesday and Thursday, Leader of the Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg said.
We are going to bring our live coverage to an end here - but our main news story will be updated with any further developments.
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