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What now for Boris Johnson’s Brexit withdrawal bill?

FT.com Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Amendments seeking customs union or people’s vote will be inconvenient but not insurmountable
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Various aerials of anti-Brexit protesters in the streets of London on the day legislators will vote in the House of Commons on Boris Johnson's Brexit withdrawal agreement.

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