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MPs are voting on whether to back the PM's plan for the UK to leave the EU on 31 January.
Boris Johnson said it would allow the UK to "move forward".
Mr Johnson has insisted a trade deal with the EU can be in place by the end of the transition period, but critics say this timetable is unrealistic.
The result of The Commons vote is expected at about 14:30 GMT.
The withdrawal bill, which would implement the in October, was introduced in Thursday's Queen's Speech, setting out the government's priorities for the next year.
"It ensures we depart on 31 January. At that point Brexit will be done. It will be over," he told MPs.
"The sorry story of The Last three years will be at an end and we can move forward. "
Mr Johnson said it also "paves the way" for a "ambitious free trade deal" with the EU.
There are changes to the previous bill, which was backed by The Commons in October, but withdrawn by the government after MPs rejected a three-day deadline for getting it through Parliament.
The changes include:
The government now says it will deal with this issue in a separate piece of legislation, but the TUC has warned that The Change will help "drive down" working conditions.
What a difference a year makes.
But now, following The General election and with an 80-strong Conservative majority, things look very different.
And Boris Johnson knows it, claiming that it's time for "certainty" after years of "delay and rancour".
And added: a provision ruling out any extension to the transition period beyond December 2020.
The Process of ratifying the Withdrawal Agreement Bill will continue in the New Year but Friday's vote is, in part, designed to signal that the UK is now motoring towards that January 31 departure date.
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. "
He said there had to be something better than this "terrible" Brexit deal that would not "sell out public services" or "sacrifice hundreds of thousands of jobs in The Process ".
"It is with the heaviest of hearts that I cannot vote with my party today but I will always put my constituents First . "The Queen outlined the government's agenda at Thursday's State Opening of Parliament
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. "
Meanwhile, Labour 's Lord Dubs said it was "appalling and deeply distressing" that his amendment to the previous Brexit bill, which proposed that the UK would continue to enable unaccompanied child refugees to be reunited with their families, had been removed.
But Mr Johnson said: "We remain proud of our work in receiving unaccompanied children. We'll continue to support fully the purpose and spirit of The Dubs amendment but this is not The Place , in this bill, to do so. "
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.