Labour renews pressure for Brexit vote with 170 questions

Labour renews pressure for Brexit vote with 170 questions
 

Labour has renewed pressure on ministers to set out their Brexit strategy to MPs before formal negotiations begin.
It will stage a Commons vote on Wednesday on a motion calling for MPs to be able to "properly scrutinise" the government's plan.
Ahead of the debate, it asked Brexit Minister David Davis 170 questions, including on trade and migration.
The Conservatives said there would be "no running commentary" on their plans.
The government has faced calls to set out more detail on what it wants Brexit to look like, with little known so far about its plans for migration... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 56
Source: BBC
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