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.
The Scottish government says it has "been entirely consistent in public and in private".
But Scottish Labour's Brexit spokesman Neil Findlay said: "As the party that delivered devolution, Labour will always seek to defend and strengthen it".
"The UK government can not ignore the reality of devolution or try to drown out what this parliament says", he said.
"The solution, as this Parliament has agreed, is straightforward".
It is convention that AMs in Cardiff, and MSPs in Scotland, vote to give or refuse consent on Westminster legislation when it impacts devolution. "That is for the UK Government to remove the clause that fundamentally undermines devolution and to proceed on the basis of agreement".
"They have a decision to make as to whether they are going to ignore the views of the Scottish parliament or listen to those views and try very hard to get a deal and to close the gap that remains between us".
"There is a real risk of a no deal Brexit and that would be pretty catastrophic", Sturgeon said.
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