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Commons Speaker rejects Government bid for Brexit ‘meaningful vote’

WorldNews Monday, 21 October 2019
Commons Speaker rejects Government bid for Brexit ‘meaningful vote’Commons Speaker John Bercow has rejected a Government bid to hold a meaningful vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, saying it would be "repetitive and disorderly" to do so. The Prime Minister had hoped to get the approval of MPs for his plans on Monday afternoon after he abandoned the vote on Saturday when the Commons backed a move forcing him to ask Brussels for a further Brexit delay. But Mr Bercow said that the circumstances and the substance of the motion were...
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Commons Speaker John Bercow has rejected a Government bid to hold a meaningful vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, saying it would be "repetitive and disorderly" to do so.

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