The SNP, Labour, the Greens and the Liberal Democrats all voted against consent, with only the ScottishConservatives arguing the changes that have already been made to the bill go far enough to protect devolution.
Meanwhile, the UK Government has accused Scottish opponents of "nit-picking" and told its Scottish counterparts the "door is still open" for a deal to end the long-running Brexit powers dispute.
If no deal can be reached, Westminster has the option, under the Scotland Act, of overruling Edinburgh in times that are not "normal".
"If they now move to force on this parliament an arrangement for restricting devolution that does not have parliament's consent they will do so in the full knowledge that they are breaking the twenty year old devolution settlement and operating out with the agreed constitution". However even if Holyrood votes to refuse consent, Westminster can still go ahead and introduce the legislation anyway.
The problem is that clause 15 of that bill automatically transfers those new powers to Whitehall.
But it would be politically unpopular and fuel the SNP's arguments that Westminster is ignoring the concerns of Scots and pursuing an English hard Brexit.
With consent having been refused, Mr Russell will now write to Theresa May's de facto deputy, David Lidington.
Over the summer the Supreme Court is also due to decide on the legality of the Continuity Bill, Scotland's version of the EU Withdrawal Bill, after a challenge by the UK Government.
Conservative MSPs say that the Brexit Bill does not threaten devolution of powers to Scotland, but Ms Sturgeon remains adamant on the proposal.
The UK government and Scottish Tories have so far refused to offer any further concessions after the Welsh government dropped its opposition to the bill and accepted the power-sharing plans on offer.
A Labour amendment calling for "cross-party talks in an attempt to broker an agreed way forward" was accepted, and Scottish Brexit minister Mike Russell said he would invite United Kingdom ministers to "hear the concerns of all parties" and to discuss "any new ideas".
"The blame for that lies entirely with the SNP". It's not in Scotland's interests that the SNP prefers picking fights to making a deal'.
Without the three extra points, Peru would have fallen below Chile and Paraguay in the standings and out of contention. Bolivia fielded an ineligible player in a 2-0 win over Peru , and that result was overturned to a 3-0 loss by default.
Ukraine ranks 101st out of 180 countries in the 2018 World Press Freedom Index, compiled by Reporters Without Borders (RSF). According to the SBU , RIA Novosti and RT share the same offices in the centre of Kiev.
Fishermen raced to the scene to help, and officials deployed police and a team from the National Disasters Relief Force. Due to sudden gales and whirl wind pools the boat lost balance and tilted one side and capsized.
Most unsafe is that there is no sign the president has any Plan B for what to do when his decision worsens the Iran problem. A USA domestic law called the National Defense Authorization Act bans many countries from trading with Iran .
According to the report, those with keyless cars sometimes mistakingly believe their vehicles are off after parking them. In addition to the more than 28 people who have died due to the ignition issues, more than 45 have been injured.
They will be pulling the couple's carriage of choice an Ascot Landau along with another four horses during the procession. Thomas Markle and Ragland divorced when their daughter was 6-years-old, but they both played an active role raising her.
Kirk, a dynamic receiver and return man for the Aggies, was viewed as a potential first rounder ahead of the NFL Draft. The police report said an officer could smell alcohol on Kirk, whose eyes were bloodshot and watery.
With this year's Origin series looming large, the Maroons side suddenly has a good news/bad news situation on their hands. "Brilliant representative career over a long period of time", NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said of Smith.
Bush-era "enhanced interrogation" programs - now widely viewed as torture - as key to his opposition to her. Bill Nelson of Florida became the fifth Democrat to announce backing for Haspel's confirmation.
Facebook representatives are expected to travel across the globe to participate in summits in different cities. Through the company's two-part investigation, they found 200 potential apps leaked confidential data.
Despite significant flaws, I liked them quite a lot in my review , but plenty across tech media did not. Previously, you had to disconnect the Pixel Buds from the first device and then open it in the next one.
Ex-Prem star Jlloyd Samuel, 37, dies in auto crash
The driver of the van, a 54-year-old man, has also sustained serious injuries and is now being treated in hospital. After spending his youth career at West Ham United and Charlton Athletic , Samuel moved to Villa in 1998.
Facebook suspends 200 apps over possible data misuse
The whole access-fiasco has been under the control of David Stillwell and Michal Kosinski at the University Psychometrics Centre. All of this data was then scooped up and the names removed before it was put on a website to share with other researchers.
Budenholzer the main focus for Raptors, Bucks
Miller has expressed interest in potentially becoming the head coach for the Toronto Raptors , TMZ Sports reports. While it's unsurprising Toronto is eyeing Budenholzer, the move would be somewhat curious.
Jailed Malaysian leader Anwar Ibrahim walks free
When asked whether Anwar should take over as prime minister, Izzah said she believed the country deserved the best prime minister. Surrounded by media and supporters, Anwar walked out of a hospital Wednesday where he was recovering from surgery.
First lady Melania 'doing really well' after medical procedure
Doctors do that with an embolization - snaking a catheter into the blood vessels of the kidney to find the right one and block it. Trump has acknowledged reimbursing his lawyer for the payment to porn star Stormy Daniels but denies her allegations.
Buildings dismantled at North Korean nuclear test site
On Friday, Bolton promised to North Korea that the United States will help it achieve economic prosperity like South Korea. Bush removed North Korea from the list in October 2008 after the country agreed to continue disabling its nuclear plant.
National Assembly Raises Budget to N9.12tn
This is part of the recommendations of the Committee of Appropriations in its reports submitted by Senator Danjuma Goje . In November 2017, President Muhammadu Buhari presented the budget of N8.612 trillion to the parliament for passage.