Brexit Rebellion Fails in parliament – Boris wins the vote
A proposed law giving Boris Johnson’s government the power to override parts of the Brexit agreement with the EU has passed its first hurdle in the Commons.
MPs backed the Internal Market Bill by 340 votes to 263
Ministers say it contains vital safeguards to protect Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK, if negotiations on a future trade deal break down.
But critics, including a number of Tory MPs, warned it risks damaging the UK by breaching international law.
The controversial Bill has led to threats and resignations from conservative MPs. David Cameron has become the fifth former prime minister to criticise the new bill attempting to override the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
Former Tory PMs Theresa May and Sir John Major, and Labour’s Tony Blair and Gordon Brown have condemned the plan.
Did you watch the debate? Do you agree with the final vote? Has the threat really gone?
Do you support this change? Should this legal adjustment be made? Is Boris Johnson right? Don’t miss this debate on Brexit. It is part of the exit journey
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