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British MPs find May government in contempt over Brexit advice

SBS Tuesday, 4 December 2018
British MPs find May government in contempt over Brexit adviceBritish MPs have voted to find Prime Minister Theresa May and her government in contempt of parliament for failing to publish the legal advice it received on the Brexit deal agreed with EU leaders.
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Theresa May's government has been found in contempt of parliament after it refused to comply with a motion passed by MPs demanding that it release the full official legal advice on the prime minister's Brexit deal. It is the first time any UK government has been found in contempt by its MPs in...

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