27 February 2019 • 7:43pm Allison Pearson: Corbyn is committed to a second referendum he must pray will never happen Nigel Farage: The great Brexit betrayal is nearly complete Today’s Brexit amendments: what are they – and do they matter Tears of rage and kamikaze Remainers: Inside the Cabinet meeting Philip Johnston: A delay to Article 50 could mean Britain never breaks free One month to go: what are your Brexit hopes and fears? Priti Patel and Grant Shapps: Extending Article 50 is just overturning Brexit people voted for Sign up: Brexit Whatsapp updates and all-new Brexit Bulletin MPs prepare to vote on the government’s motion on Brexit, after Theresa May faced down a number of backbench attempts to seize control of the process. The government has accepted two of the amendments tabled today, including Yvette Cooper’s bid to lock down commitments Mrs May made to MPs yesterday, including allowing them to delay Brexit if her deal is rejected again. It also accepted Alberto Costa’s amendment on citizens’ rights, which passed without requiring a vote. Jeremy Corbyn’s amendment, which sought support for his party’s five Brexit demands, was defeated 323 to 240 votes. Meanwhile the European Research Group are expected to abstain from the vote on the Cooper amendment. Earlier today Jacob Rees-Mogg said he could… Read full this story
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