UK government’s Brexit bill amendment is defeated in parliament
Prime Minister Theresa May failed to gain a majority for her handling of the negotiations for Britain’s exit from the European Union. She was defeated by a vote of 309 to 305. Among the nay voters was a large group of members of May’s Conservative party who had demanded more say in the divorce negotiations in Brussels. Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn of Labor accused the prime minister of resisting “democratic accountability.”
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What is going to happen when Britain leaves and the 2nd Largest economy in the EU is not kicking into the Brussels coffers? The EU is going to make it harder as the negotiation go on. If Churchill were negotiating with the EU he would smile get up from the table and walk out giving the V for victory sign.
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