In its first Saturday session in 37 years, the British parliament is debating and voting on the Brexit deal proposed by Boris Johnson. At this writing (13:20 UTC), debate is concluding on a “poison pill” amendment which would rule out the “no deal” option which many pro-Brexit supporters believe essential in subsequent dealings with the European Union. After this is resolved, the main deal will come onto the agenda.
There’s a slight change of tone in evidence on the Conservative side of the House of Commons today.
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From the “you just can’t make this stuff up” file, meet Great Britain’s newest political party: the CUK Party.
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