The government said the bill to end the fruitless Brexit deal would end its passage through the Lords on Friday.
The proposed legislation was passed by lawmakers on Wednesday, defeating Prime Minister Boris Johnson. [1
But the conservative Chief Whip in the Lords announced a breakthrough in the early hours after talks with Labor.
Colleagues sat down by 1:30 BST, holding a series of amendment votes to support the prediction that a marathon filibuster session – designed to derail the bill – was taking place.
But then Lord Ashton of Hyde made his announcement that all stages of the bill would be completed in the Lords by 5pm BST on Friday.
He added that the Commons chief had also committed MPs to review all changes to the Lords on Monday and that on the verdict, he intended "the bill to be ready to attend the Royal Assent".
Winning the Royal Assent for the bill was a requirement that Labor leader Jeremy Corbin said his party would need before considering support for Mr Johnson's call for a general election.
Baroness Smith, Labor leader in the House of Lords, confirmed that the opposition supported the course of the Lords overnight and said he hoped there would be no further disruption to the bill as it went through all its stages in the Friday.
"It was quite a night. The long debate – and I am grateful to the noble lords who have stayed the course – shows the importance of the work we are doing and the issue we are discussing, "she said."
"I am grateful that we are already able to confirm that we will be able to complete all stages of the bill at a time certified by 5:00 pm Friday. "
The agreement was announced after a landmark day in the Municipalities, in which the prime minister was defeated by the Brexit bill and his plan for early general elections.
Mr Johnson requested an election of 15 October, but Labor and other opposition lawmakers will not support the move as long as the option of unsuccessful Brexit remains open to the Prime Minister on October 31.
It needs two-thirds of all MPs to vote in favor, under the rules set of the Fixed Parliaments Act our conditions, but once Leiber persist members to abstain, there were only 298 in favor of the motion and 56 against. This left Mr. Johnson 133 sho rt of the goal.