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PARLIAMENT will sit in a ‘Super Saturday’ session on October 19, the first Saturday session in 37 years. So what time will it all begin, and how can you tune in?

PUBLISHED: 11:05, Sat, Oct 19, 2019 | UPDATED: 11:17, Sat, Oct 19, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson isbringing his Brexit deal to the House of Commons today, with the hopes of receiving MPs’ support to move forward and deliver Brexit in the nick of time. The Prime Minister said he is “confident” he can win a majority, but it will certainly be day of high political drama.

What time is the session?

MPs will gather in the House of Commons at 9.30am BST.

Peers in the House of Lords sit at 10am and are due to finish at 3pm.

All eyes will be on the Commons, however, and the timings are still totally up in the air.

The proceedings will get underway with a statement from Mr Johnson.

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Brexit vote time: Boris Johnson will be bringing his Brexit deal to the House of Commons on Saturday (Image: Reuters)

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Brexit vote time: A deal was agreed with the EU this week (Image: Reuters)

He will then take questions on his Brexit deal from MPs for a couple of hours – expect a lot of jeering.

The main debate on the deal will follow that, opened by a Government minister.

Speaker John Bercow will reveal which amendments have been selected.

Voting on the deal is expected to begin after 2.30pm.

Any amendments selected will be voted on first.

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Brexit vote time: MPs will gather in the House of Commons at 9.30am BST. (Image: Getty)

How can you watch it live?

You can stream the whole thing on Parliament Live TV – here’s the link.

All major news channels will be showing the main proceedings too.

You can also follow’s live blog, with coverage and analysis throughout the day.


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