Boris Johnson's administration suffers heavy defeat after peers condemn 'law-breaking' Brexit legislation
Tuesday, 20 October 2020 Boris Johnson's administration suffered a heavy defeat in the House of Lords as peers vowed to reject the "morally wrong" and "illegal" Brexit legislation that enables minister to break international law. ......
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Lord Judge focused on the importance of the rule of law as the mostcontentious parts of the Government's Internal Market Bill were defeated inthe House of Lords. The House of Lords voted 433 to 165, majority 268, toremove clause 42 – one of the disputed sections – and clause 43 was removedwithout a vote. They then voted 407 votes to 148, majority 259 to removeclause 44, relating to the Northern Ireland Protocol.
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The Government has suffered a heavy defeat in the House of Lords over Brexitlegislation that enables ministers to break international law. Peers backed a"regret" amendment, condemning the disputed provisions in the UK InternalMarket Bill
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On the issue of Brexit, Boris Johnson said the likelihood of a deal was "verymuch determined " by the EU. "There's a deal to be done if they want to do it,which would, I think, benefit people on both..
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