ON WHAT could well be a monumental day for Brexit, Isle of Wight MP Bob Seely has cemented his support for the government and the Leave EU campaign.

The Commons will vote today on 15 amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill made by the House of Lords.

The most controversial and tightly contested amendment is likely to be whether MPs will be given a vote on any final deal struck with the EU in the autumn.

In his latest 'Bobs Vlog', Mr Seely said he thinks the vote will be very close but that the government probably has the numbers to carry the day.

Mr Seely said: "I'm voting with and supporting the government. I'm doing that because the Isle of Wight voted to leave and the British people voted to leave the EU.

"I'm respecting the wishes of the British people and respecting democracy."

Prime Minister Theresa May has encouraged MPs to back the government, stating any defeats would send the wrong message to Brussels.

Mrs May said: "I am confident I can get a deal that allows us to strike our own trade deals while having a border with the EU which is as frictionless as possible, but if the Lords amendments are allowed to stand, that negotiating position will be undermined."

There has already been one resignation today (Tuesday) as justice minister Phillip Lee left ahead of the vote, saying he could not support the way Britain's exit for the EU is shaping up.

Mr Seely added: "It's a big day for parliament and a big day for democracy."

Watch his vlog below: