Wednesday January 22, 2020

May faces another week of Brexit drama

The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill returns to the House of Commons today, with some pro-Remain Conservative MPs tempted to vote against the British government on 15 amendments introduced in the House of Lords

12th June, 2018
Anti-Brexit demonstrators outside parliament ahead of EU withdrawal bill debate. Pic: Getty

British Prime Minister Theresa May has returned from a bruising Group of Seven meeting in Canada to face more Brexit drama back home.

This week, danger presents itself on multiple fronts with the return of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill to the House of Commons today. Conservative MPs keen to stay close to the EU will be tempted to vote against the government on 15 amendments introduced in the Europhile-dominated House of Lords. Many of...

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