May: We’re on course to deliver Brexit

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Media captionMay: We’ve triumphed 35 out of 36 referendums

Theresa May has said the UK is “on course to deliver on Brexit” as she arrived in Brussels, the day after her first Commons defeat as prime minister.

She said she was “disappointed” at the voting on the EU Withdrawal Bill, but the legislation was moving “good progress”.

MPs backed suggested amendment opening them a legal guarantee of a vote on the final Brexit deal struck with Brussels.

Mrs May has arrived at a summit where other EU nations could decide to move forward to trade talks with the UK.

She told reporters they would be talking about “the ambitious and deep and special partnership” she wanted to build between the UK and EU, after Brexit.