MPs have handed Boris Johnson’s controversial new Brexit Markets invoice at its second studying.
Politicians from all sides hashed out the invoice for round 5 hours within the Commons this night, with a number of Conservatives placing their foot down and saying they wouldn’t vote.
However regardless of some backlash, Boris Johnson comfortably noticed off the Tory insurrection, profitable the essential Commons vote by 340 to 263 votes.
And Labour’s modification to dam the UK Inside Market Invoice from receiving a second studying was defeated by 349 votes to 213, majority 136.
The PM lead tonight’s debate over the controversial invoice by urging MPs to help the Inside Market Invoice and “protect” free commerce between England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Eire.
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