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Ministers will press on with May’s Brexit deal, says Barclay

WorldNews Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Ministers will press on with May’s Brexit deal, says BarclayBrexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has signalled that ministers will continue to press on with Theresa May’s Brexit deal despite the Commons Speaker’s bombshell intervention. John Bercow provoked uproar at Westminster on Monday when he ruled that the Government could...
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News video: Brexit secretary: Speaker’s ruling ‘requires consideration’

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Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay told reporters that John Bercow’s ruling on the government’s Brexit deal required “detailed consideration” as he departed Downing Street after meeting the Prime Minister. Earlier, in a surprise move, the House of Commons Speaker announced he would not allow...

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