It is expected to be a very different result from last night, when just three Labour MPs - John Mann, Caroline Flint and Kevin Barron - voted for the Government's deal to leave.
South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen, a member of the Independent Group, said she was surprised at how large the loss was for the government, adding that she now senses a real opportunity.
Today (Wednesday), MPs will get a vote on whether the United Kingdom should leave without a deal on March 29 and, if that is rejected, a vote on Thursday on whether Brexit should be delayed.
Mrs May has indicated she will vote against no deal, and with Labour's support it is likely a majority in Parliament will follow suit.
Mash Report host Nish Kumar said: "It's going to turn out that Theresa May is speaking like this because someone bet her she couldn't do the whole speech in a Tom Waits voice".
David Cameron has warned MPs that failing to rule out a no-deal Brexit would be a "disaster" for Britain.
Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has demanded a general election after embattled Prime Minister Theresa May's second major parliamentary defeat on the Brexit, saying she must let the people decide who should lead them into the next phase of the UK's divorce deal with the EU.
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"The British public were asked by Parliament if they wanted to leave, they said they wanted to leave, so Parliament needs to show that it will deliver that".
Mrs Lewell-Buck said it is a good thing that we won't be leaving with the Prime Minister's deal, but they need to move forward now and get the best Brexit deal possible.
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. "That's why MPs must reject this deal today", the politician noted.
Other ministers believe genuinely, still with around two weeks to go, and an European Union summit next week, there is still time to try to manoeuvre her deal through - somehow.
Downing Street said it had no intention of holding an election.
"Instead of making any genuine attempt to work constructively with others, the Prime Minister spent the last two and a half years pandering to the DUP and her own increasingly right-wing backbenchers, all while ignoring the concerns of the devolved governments". Mrs May's massive defeat also opens the door to drastic options such as a general election or second referendum. The impasse can only be solved in the UK.