MPs have backed a Bill designed to block a no-deal Brexit.

The Bill, designed to force the Prime Minister to seek an extension to the Article 50 process unless a deal is passed in the House of Commons or MPs vote to allow no-deal, passed by 329 to 300.

The Bill will now go to the committee stage, where MPs will debate it in more detail and discuss amendments, this evening, before moving on to the House of Lords.

However, it is expected Conservative Peers will attempt to filibuster - speak for so long time will run out - to stop this from becoming law.

This comes after a local MP has said that the option of a no-deal Brexit "has to stay on the table".

In a tweet on Wednesday morning, Maria Miller, MP for Basingstoke, said: "To give the UK the best negotiating position possible with the EU, "no deal" has to stay on the table-that has not changed."

She was replying to a tweet from PM Boris Johnson, saying that: "Corbyn's surrender bill would mean years of uncertainty and delay."