Sky News: British MPs will debate and vote on 15 amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill on Tuesday.

Theresa May’s Cabinet has agreed to one of the amendments but members of the Commons will spend more than 12 hours debating 14 others tabled by the Lords and a suggestion by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during three sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The government disagrees with nine and has made five further amendments in lieu, meaning they have made alternative suggestions.

The Lords will then debate MPs’ amendments on 18 June.

Read more about the amendments to be voted here.