A potential defeat for the government on the customs union was headed off when it proposed a change of wording to the bill.
The government must start talks with a group of pro-EU Conservative lawmakers to find a new wording for its position on giving parliament a "meaningful vote" on a Brexit deal.
Corbyn instructed his MPs to abstain on the amendment, meaning they should neither vote for or against it.
Leading rebel Dominic Grieve said he hoped a compromise would be found, but if not, "this isn't the end of the matter".
"There is an understanding that discussions will take place, and that could end up with a further amendment", said the government's Solicitor-General, Robert Buckland.
Tory MP and former education secretary Justine Greening, who supported Remain in the European Union referendum, told Sky News in response: "I think what we all need to recognise is that the positions people are taking on Brexit are genuine and passionately held - and should be respected". A day after that vote, members of May's Cabinet and rebel Conservative lawmakers presented different interpretations of that promise, with the former saying it would not put the government under control of Parliament, and the latter claiming the opposite. It would temporarily align the United Kingdom with the EU customs union when the Brexit transition period ends in December 2020, taking effect if both sides failed to reach a customs agreement before then.
Pro-European Conservative, Nicky Morgan, told the BBC that May understands that "parliament wants to have a real say, in all circumstances". She now relies on the support of a small Northern Irish party.
Mrs May said her approach would be guided by the principle that "the Government's hand in negotiations can not be tied by Parliament, but we need to be accountable to Parliament".
"I can not countenance Parliament being able to overturn the will of the British people", she added.
Brexit Secretary David Davis, who reportedly has clashed with May, has warned Conservative Party rebels that proposals to give Parliament the power to direct negotiations with the European Union are simply a tactic to overturn the results of the 2016 referendum that mandated Britain's departure from the bloc.
But, to the disappointment of some of pro-European MPs, Downing Street rejected a second plan that would allow parliament to step in if no deal were reached by February. At one point, six Labour frontbenchers quit party posts in defiance over Corbyn's single-market policy.
Earlier this month, the Labour leadership drafted its own amendment to replace the one of the EEA, demanding a vote on negotiating a new single market deal with the bloc.
In a few weeks, MPs will vote on another piece of Brexit-related legislation called the trade bill. It came hours after the SNP stormed from the Commons when their Westminster leader Ian Blackford was ordered out for ignoring demands to sit down during prime minister's questions by the speaker John Bercow.
The SNP MP told the same programme: "He ought to resign and the fact we have seen powers taken from the Scottish Parliament and our elected representatives have not been able to debate this is an utter, utter disgrace".
Media reports from a year ago , however, outline at least two alleged incidents of sexual assault from his past. Representatives for Stallone , 71, did not immediately return a call for comment on Wednesday.
Jurgen Klopp is keen on adding a world-class goalkeeper to his ranks to make a surge for the Premier League title next season. He is expected to start Brazil's opening World Cup match ahead of Manchester City's Ederson against Switzerland on June 17.
It generated 1.3 million pay-per-view buys and a $27 million gate, the third-biggest in boxing history, ESPN reports. Under the deal, Alvarez would get 57.5 percent of the revenue generated by the fight.
Halep could have been forgiven if she had chose to give up on her Grand Slam dream throughout this painful process. Could Thiem provide us with a classic final? So I just am just going to keep fighting for things and that's it.
In them, he makes sweeping and negative generalisations, for example calling the Chinese " industrious, filthy, obtuse people ". These published diaries stand in stark contrast to Einstein's reputation as a humanitarian and civil rights icon.
Séparés depuis deux ans, les ex-Brangelina ne parviennent toujours pas à se mettre d'accord sur les modalités de leur divorce . Dans un extrait, la cour estime que le fait de "ne pas avoir de relation avec leur père" leur serait "nocif" .
Vers 10h, heure française, la nouvelle coqueluche des réseaux sociaux a finalement atteint le sommet de l'immeuble sans encombre. Le raton laveur a tenté de redescendre avant de s'arrêter sur le rebord du 17e étage, où il aurait passé la soirée.
And what makes it special is that Shah Rukh Khan and Salman have reunited on the big screen once again for Aanand L Rai's Zero . With the Race 3 fever already ruling the trends chart, the teaser of Zero has made the festive season of Eid doubly exciting.
Sometimes going into a big tournament is about not losing and being passive but, for us, it's about playing attacking football. England's players are on their way to Russian Federation for the World Cup .
Ryanair to base 3 planes at new Southend Airport base
The Essex hub will be the point of departure to eight countries on 16 routes, including Barcelona, Corfu, Milan and Venice. More than 55 flights a week will see Ryanair carry an estimated one million passengers per year.
US Amb. Bruce Heyman: They 'Punched Canada in the Face'
Both aides accused Mr Trudeau of betraying Mr Trump when he gave a news conference after the USA president had departed. Corker said there's no question Trump has damaged relations with Canada, but he hoped cooler heads would prevail.
City to begin title defence against Emery's Arsenal
They will play promoted Fulham at Wembley in their first home game of the season on the weekend of 18-19 August. Spurs' new ground is close to completion but will not be ready for the start of the Premier League season.
Inflation drops to 11.61% - below FG’s 2018 target
The report stated that in May, inflation was highest in Kebbi (14.65 per cent), Yobe (13.68 per cent) and Jigawa (13.62 per cent). The rural inflation rate also dropped by 11.20% in May 2018, from 12.13% in the previous month of April 2018.