The Conservative Party has scraped through a key vote on old legislation which aims to end the EU law supremacy in the UK.
MPs backed the EU Withdrawal Bill by 326 votes to 290.
Those opposing the EU Repeal Bill have been warned that there will be voting chaos.
Ray White, standing in for Stephen Grootes spoke to Eyewitness News UK correspondent Alex Eliseev.
They are going to move on through the next phase of trying to figure out how to transfer the laws, that were previously managed by the EU, to allow the British to manage its own laws.— Alex Eliseev, UK correspondent
But of course there are still major issues, particularly the divorce bill - how much the UK will have to pay to actually separate from the EU and of course the future of some of the immigrants coming in and out of the country.— Alex Eliseev, UK correspondent
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