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MPs vote to pass the Government's Internal Markets Bill

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MPs vote to pass the Government's Internal Markets Bill

MPs vote to pass the Government's Internal Markets Bill

The United Kingdom Internal Market Bill, which would give the Government the power to override the Withdrawal Agreement with the EU, has cleared the Commons after MPs gave it a third reading by 340 votes to 256, majority 84.

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