The government rejects MP demands for a vote on the Brexit process

The government rejects MP demands for a vote on the Brexit process
 

THE answer to the question whether Parliament should exert democratic control over the process of leaving the European Union ought surely to be obvious. Yet in a statement and, later, a full debate this week David Davis, the Brexit secretary, rejected repeated demands by MPs that Parliament should have a vote over the invocation of Article 50 of the EU treaty, the legal route to Brexit. Article 50 sets a two-year deadline after which Britain will cease to be a member unless the other countries of the EU unanimously agree to an extension. Mr Davis argued that the Leave vote in the June 23rd... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 49
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