The Votes and Proceedings page indicates that this resolution is the result of a motion by Keir Starmer MP and an amendment to the motion put forward by David Davis MP (Secretary of State for Exiting the EU). The amendment is shown in Blue above. The motion carried by 461 to 89 and the amendment carried by 448 to 75.
The amendment is the first time that the House of Commons has voted to accept the overall outcome of the referendum.
Keir Starmer said that the government should provide enough detail to:
The resolution is not formally binding on the government and will not affect the deliberations of the Supreme Court. Nevertheless, the government is under political pressure to reveal more about its thinking and to do so in good time and, as Caroline Lucase MP said, time is short if the end of March is to be the date for Article 50 notice.
Addendum 8th December:
The motion discussed in this post was mentioned in the Supreme Court on 8th December. See the transcript of Day 4 from page 199.