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MPs about the PM's offer of Brexit, in the midst of the uncertainty about whether the crucial vote to go on, it will continue.
Mr Johnson told MPs "the time is Now to get this thing done," say any delay on the 31 of October would be "corrosive".
MPs will vote on the proposal, the delay of the Brexit offer are Now , to all the necessary UK law.
Downing Street, the total votes, if the members vote for a Brexit delay.
If that happens, the Ministers are likely to put pressure on the introduction of legislation, the Parliament is required to ratify the contract on Monday. A vote on the proposed law could be held then on Tuesday.
If the vote on the business before, it is expected, that incredibly close, with the PM 's former DUP coalition partners, the liberal Democrats and the SNP planning to vote against them, but many Tory Brexiteers against Theresa May 's Agreement , as the Spartans are known - Now on Board.
But, a minimum of nine Labour MPs, the support of the government, while the watch is in the hope, supported by some of the 21 Tory MPs, he dismissed against him last month.
Mr Johnson has repeatedly said, happen to Escape from the end of the month, with or without a Deal .
He urged MPs to come together to begin to deliver them to heal "the cracks in British politics," he says, believed that a majority of the members were committed, the outcome of the 2016 referendum.
He suggested that further negotiations would be futile, and urged the opponents of the Brexit to "leave your delusional" that a further delay would help the UK.
"It is my judgment that we reach The Best possible solution," he said.
"I must say, to force The House , in all honesty, whatever letters that you can find, to write to the government, not can it change, in my judgment, that a further delay is pointless, expensive, and deeply corrosive of Public Trust . "
After several hours of debate, is it number of votes, which is not expected to be in front of the 14. 30 BST.
If it happens, it could lead to the Prime Minister , a further delay to Brexit on the 31. October deadline - even under the conditions of the Benn-law last month.
The BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg said the "brutal" effect would be to deny the PM the chance, with a "positive" vote on his offer, which he desires so badly.
A No 10 source said that the vote on Mr. Johnson ' s say the business is abandoned, if the amendment is adopted, it will "render the whole day in vain".
"A vote for Letwin is a voice for the delay and the whips are all sent home," she said. "It would be perfect, summing up this broken Parliament . "The ex-Tory Sir Oliver Letwin in the centre of the proceedings in the Parliament
Sir Oliver, deputies said, did not stop his change was a "insurance", the UK "crash passed automatically" by the EU on 31 October, when the necessary legislation In Time .
While he would for the resignation of the contract invoice in each Phase, he suggested, the vote would be "very close" and to keep the clock May be able to "procrastinator" on Board.
He said that his intervention to ensure that the UK was looking for an extension that could be used to prevent a no-outlet Deal -UK EU.
the Minister appealed to Sir Oliver, to think again, while Steve Baker , The Chairman of the European research group of Tory Brexiteers, has given a commitment not to try to derail the Agreement , such as it is, under the scrutiny of MPs.
"What can I say, Oliver Letwin , and the other is that we have played a straight bat, we will vote for all laws," he told the BBC.
it is Crucial for Mr. Johnson ' s hope for the success of the Tories, who had pulled back The Whip , the clamps for the support of a bill to avoid the clock in search of an extension, a no-Deal -UK to exit the EU.
And Labour MP Caroline Flint , who is expected to return to the PM business, said that the amendment was a "panic measure" by those who wanted to, "deceleration and stop" the United Kingdom leave.
the Former Prime Minister , Theresa May , has seen their version of a Brexit offer repeatedly rejected by the MPs called on them to remain at home, Mr. Johnson's Agreement , said: "If you want no Deal , you have to vote for a Deal . "'Sell-out'
The PM 's offer, secured at a summit in Brussels on Thursday, moats, Mrs. May 's backstop clause, the measure is intended to prevent a return to a physical control on the Irish border.
Instead, it is, in fact, draw a new inch border along the Irish Sea .
The government has moved to allay the concerns of some Labour members, by the outlet a greater role in determining the UK's future relationship with the EU and with the announcement, the rights of workers and environmental standards are strengthened by the post-British EU.
In response to A Question from ex-business Secretary of state, Greg Clark , Mr Johnson said British workers would be shortly after the Brexit, and he was ready to guarantee, in the law, would their rights not to be behind those on The Continent .
But Mr Corbyn said, these were "empty promises".
"This government can't be trusted and the banks are not to be hoodwinked," he said.Fans of the other referendum on the Brexit in London
Northern Ireland gathered-Democratic trade unionists have made it clear they are not anchored to the vote for the offer and said it would "drive a coach and horses" through power-sharing arrangements in the Good Friday Agreement