The Prime Minister forced MPs to say whether they backed Brexit by asking them to vote in Parliament on whether they "respect" the will of the British people. The motion was carried on Wednesday evening with a majority of 372.
It came as the Supreme Court considers whether Theresa May can get on with Brexit negotiations without MPs' approval.
But what does it all mean for the process of Britain's departure from the EU?
What has the Government done?
Theresa May tabled an amendment which forced a non-binding Commons vote on whether Parliament agrees that the Government must trigger Article 50, which begins formal Brexit talks, by the end of March next year.
Downing Street has also committed to presenting MPs with a Brexit “plan” after criticism from backbenchers.
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