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Ed Miliband: Prime Minister has himself to blame for Brexit Bill incompetence

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Ed Miliband: Prime Minister has himself to blame for Brexit Bill incompetence

Ed Miliband: Prime Minister has himself to blame for Brexit Bill incompetence

Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy EdMiliband has blasted the Prime Minister's plans to amend the UK's divorce Billwith the European Union as a show of 'incompetence' and a 'failure ofgovernance'.international law, is in place by the end of the year in order toact as a safety net if no trade deal is agreed with Brussels.


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