The government’s Brexit bill has passed through Parliament after Theresa May saw off a revolt by Tory MPs.

Peers accepted the amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill sent to them from the House of Commons, meaning the bill now goes for Royal Assent, becoming law.

Yesterday the government won the vote 319 to 303, after assurances were accepted by would-be rebels that MPs would have a meaningful say.

Now that the dust has settled, our politicians can get on with day-to-day affairs.

For a start, finance directors need guidance on the industrial strategy- a long-term plan to boost the productivity and earning power of people throughout the UK.

Since a white paper came out last November things has gone quiet- so clarity is required from Business Secretary Greg Clark and his team.