Grieve Surrenders, Government Fudges

After all that, chief Remoaner Dominic Grieve surrenders and calls off his rebellion after the government comes up with yet another fudge. Each side can now argue about whether the meaningful vote will give parliament control in the event of the deal being rejected. As ever the can is kicked down the road. Real leadership on both sides as ever, well done everyone…

UPDATE: The government wins the vote 319-303.

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“So Jeremy Corbyn will meet with Hamas, Hezbollah and the IRA with no preconditions, but won’t meet the British Prime Minister without her agreeing to his precondition.”


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