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A meaningless vote?

This week began with the Prime Minister responding to the five new demands of Jeremy Corbyn in his open letter to her last week. In her response (found here), May rejected Corbyn’s customs union demand but not without spooking her Brexiteer rebels first with her vague language. 

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All roads lead to nowhere?

Another week in Brexitland - how much progress have we made this week towards an orderly and smooth exit? In actual terms, not much. The Commons have had yet another week of voting on a number of amendments to Theresa May’s deal. Out of the amendments that were put to a vote, 2 got passed.

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NewsletterMalene Bratlie
What. A. Week.

What. A. Week. 
The government has been held in contempt of Parliament. The Advocate General of ECJ has given his opinion on unilateral withdrawal from Article 50. The Commons have passed a procedural amendment which gives them more power to decide what happens if Parliament rejects the deal. Let’s take each of this week’s myriad of events in turn. 

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