MPs to decide on customs union, confirmatory public vote and soft Brexit

The House of Commons Speaker has selected four motions for MPs to vote on this evening as they try to advance the Brexit process.
The first amendment, Motion C, will address the issue of a customs union and was put foward by Tory former chancellor Ken Clarke.
It calls for a Brexit deal to include, as a minimum, a commitment to negotiate a ‘permanent and comprehensive UK-wide customs union with the EU’.
This has previously been put to a vote in Parliament and was defeated by the smallest margin in the first round, falling just six votes short.
MPs will then vote on Motion D, which proposes... read more

 
1 April 2019 in Hot News, Views:
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