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Commons speaker rejects Government bid for Brexit 'meaningful vote'

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Commons speaker rejects Government bid for Brexit 'meaningful vote'

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.


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