Grieve: Northern Ireland bill could be used to block no-deal
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve confirmed MPs could use a vote on a Northern Ireland bill to stop a no-deal Brexit by preventing the next Prime Minister from proroguing Parliament.
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Boris Johnson Leads in First Round of Voting for Tory Leadership
Boris Johnson Leads in First Round of Voting for Tory Leadership The first round of voting by Conservative Members of Parliament has occurred in the United Kingdom and left Boris Johnson with a..
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British Government Defeats Attempt To Prevent No-Deal Brexit
According to a report by Business Insider, on Wednesday, the British government defeated an attempt, led by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, to prevent a no-deal Brexit on October 31st. The House of..
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MPs defeat motion seeking to block no-deal Brexit
MPs have rejected a motion to give them control of the Commons agenda on June 25, as part of efforts to block a no-deal Brexit, by 309 votes to 298 – majority 11.
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