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They voted 358 to 234 - a majority of 124 - in favour of the EU (Withdrawal Agreement ) Bill, which now goes on to further scrutiny in Parliament.
The PM said the country was now "One Step closer to getting Brexit done".
The legislation, which would implement the in October, was introduced in Thursday's Queen's Speech, setting out the government's priorities for the next year.Analysis
By John Pienaar , deputy political editor
But almost nothing in politics is truly simple - least of all Brexit.
Ruling out any extension to the Brexit transition period might mean Britain leaves with no Deal - equally some in government believe it's possible we could see a kind of phased trade Deal with the EU, thrashed out over the months and maybe years ahead.
The changes include:
The Bill also loses a previous clause on strengthening workers' rights.
June 2016: UK votes to leave European Union in referendum
Mar 2017: Government triggers Article 50 to start withdrawal process
Dec 2019: MPs back Johnson's Brexit bill by majority 124 votes
"It ensures we depart on 31 January. At that point Brexit will be done. It will be over," he told MPs.
Labour leader Mr Corbyn said the government's "mishandling of Brexit" had "paralysed the political system," divided communities and was a "national embarrassment".
He said MPs "have to respect the decision" of the EU referendum in 2016 "and move on".
"However, that doesn't mean that we as a party should abandon our basic principles," he said.
"Labour will not support this bill, as we remain certain there is a better and fairer way for This Country to leave the EU. "
The SNP's Westminster leader, Ian Blackford , said: "Scotland still totally and utterly rejects Brexit, yet the Prime Minister is blindly hurtling towards the Cliff Edge with these Brexit plans that will leave us poorer, leave us worse off. "
On The Change in The Bill that would legally prohibit the government from extending the transition period beyond 31 December 2020, Mr Blackford said: "By placing that deadline, that risk of a no-Deal Brexit, that we all fear is very much, is on the table again. "
In the 2016 referendum, the UK voted by 52% to 48% to leave the EU. But the subsequent difficulties in getting Brexit through Parliament have caused gridlock at Westminster.