Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn called on Theresa May to compromise on her Brexit plan in order to get a withdrawal agreement through Parliament.
"Will the Prime Minister drop the red lines? Is she prepared to compromise to get through this crisis?" Corbyn asked.
May replied that the House has "voted on and rejected" a second referendum, a no-deal Brexit, Labour's deal, and a departure that kept Britain in a customs union, but has "voted on and supported leaving with a deal".
It's time this Parliament faced the consequences.