Asked about the Lords vote, the Prime Minister's official spokesman said: "There is a role for it to play in providing scrutiny, but the British public have voted to leave the European Union and Parliament needs to get on and deliver that".
The Lords' amendments to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill can be overturned in the lower house, where May has a working majority with the support of a small Northern Irish party.
A second defeat saw peers insist that Parliament should be given a say on the Government's mandate for trade talks with Brussels, while a third was aimed at making sure refugees in Europe would continue to be allowed to join family members in the UK.
Peers voted by 335 to 244 in favour of the amendment, with 19 Conservative rebels defying the government including former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine.
He conceded the parliamentary arithmetic was hard in a hung parliament.
After campaigning to bring back control to Westminster in the Brexit campaign, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has gone on the offensive against the upper house because they did not vote with the government over the controversial EU Withdrawal Bill.
"What is important is that it keeps the government's hands open on negotiations with Brussels".
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Martin Callanan, the government's Brexit minister in the Lords, said during the debate: "I do not believe that it is in the best interests of the country to redefine the nature of our democracy in this way".
And the option of "leaving the European Union without an agreement" had to be kept on the table. 'We want to succeed with the United Kingdom, not against the United Kingdom, ' said Mr Barnier, who is on a visit to Ireland and Northern Ireland.
"No, I don't think we can stay in the customs union for a number of reasons, the main reason being that we would be in a worse position than we are today", he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
Government minister Lord Duncan of Springbank insisted the United Kingdom was seeking to agree a series of measures to enable unaccompanied children to join close family members in the United Kingdom or another member state "whichever is in their best interests" but the existing system was "in many cases not fit for purpose".
Labour claims the amendment would ensure Britain does not crash out of the block without a deal.
The Labour opposition, which now holds a majority in the House of Lords, supported the amendment.
According to HuffPost UK, the shadow health minister will now be hauled in to face the shadow chief whip and Labour Lords leader Baroness Smith for a "discussion" on the matter.