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Theresa May’s government found in contempt of parliament


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British prime minister Theresa May’s government suffered embarrassing blows on Tuesday at the start of five days of debate over her plans to leave the European Union that could determine the future of Brexit and the fate of her government. The five days of debate in parliament come ahead of a crucial vote on December 11th, when MPs will be asked to approve the deal.

In a vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday, the government was found in contempt of parliament for refusing to release its full legal advice on the prime minister’s deal with the EU on the UK’s exit from the bloc.

The vote also orders the immediate publication of the “final and full” legal advice on the Brexit deal.

How's that acting like the second coming of Thatcher working out for you, Ms. May?

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