The UK's House of Lords has decided to send the Benn bill back to the House of Commons for debate ahead of the prorogation of Parliament.
The British peers are set to discuss the key principles and purpose of the European Union Bill during a second reading on 5 September.
According to Philip Hunt, a Labour peer in the House of Lords, the bill will be passed by the upper house by 5:00 p.m. (16:00 GMT).
Prior to this, the UK government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson agreed not to counter the bill on avoiding a UK withdrawal from the European Union without a deal on 31 October, Philip Hunt stated.
Johnson has been clear about his determination to deliver Brexit by the deadline with or without a deal, but on 4 September the Parliament passed a bill on delaying Brexit if the UK fails to reach an agreement with Brussels.