MPs who voted for: Sir Peter Bottomley (Worthing West), Ms Caulfield, Nus Ghani (Wealden), Nick Gibb (Bognor and Littlehampton), Nick Herbert (Arundel and South Downs), Gillian Keegan (Chichester), Stephen Lloyd (Eastbourne), Mr Loughton, Huw Merriman (Bexhill and Battle), Jeremy Quin (Horsham), Amber Rudd (Hastings and Rye), Sir Nicholas Soames (Mid Sussex).
Mr Boles" actions follow Theresa May losing last night's "meaningful vote' on her Withdrawal Agreement by 391 votes to 242.
If MPs reject the deal on Tuesday evening, they will then vote on whether to pursue a no-deal Brexit, or to delay Brexit by extending Article 50.
Ms Long Bailey told BBC Radio 4's Today: 'Now I think it's the opportunity for Parliament to set the agenda and take control because we have a Government now which isn't in control'.
Doncaster MP Caroline Flint was one of just three Labour MPs to support Theresa May's brexit deal - which was overwhelmingly defeated in the House of Commons.
He added: "What needs to happen next is to rule out no deal, that would be a disaster for our country, and to seek an extension".
"For that reason, I can confirm that this will be a free vote on this side of the House".
SNP MPs have reiterated calls for a second referendum, saying that the time has come for May to accept that a new referendum is necessary.
Under the no deal plan revealed this morning, 87 per cent of products would be subject to zero tariffs in an effort to stop price spikes and kick-start trade with Britain from across the world.
She said the Government will continue to work to leave the European Union with a "good deal", adding on Mr Corbyn: "He doesn't agree with Government policy, he doesn't even agree with Labour Party policy". And Corbyn's plan includes a new customs union with the EU to solve the issue of the border in Ireland.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called for a general election to be held so the public can decide if they want him to implement his own Brexit plan, which would keep the United Kingdom in a customs union with the EU.
A delay to the March 29 departure date is now nearly certain.
The 10 DUP MPs - the Conservative Party's minority government allies - also rejected the deal alongside the opposition parties, including 238 Labour MPs, according to the division list.
The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier again insisted there will be no further offer from Brussels apart from the deal already on the table.
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