Union. But MPs will be able to vote only on the withdrawal agreement rather than the broader Brexit deal. There was uproar in the Commons as ministers confirmed the move yesterday, and critics even accused the government of doing something which “breaks the law” in its bid to
Theresa May will today take one final shot at pushing her Brexit plans through the Commons as she tries to avoid a major delay to Britain’s departure from the European
force the prime minister’s twice-defeated deal back for a third vote. The move came as members of Ms May’s cabinet jockeyed for position in the leadership race, with Jeremy Hunt, the foreign secretary, pledging to end the image of the Tories as the “money, money, money party”.