MPs are reportedly planning to change House of Commons rules to seize control of the Brexit process. Theresa May has warned MPs that failure to deliver Brexit would be an “catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy” ahead of the meaningful vote on her deal. May is almost certain to lose that vote. Potentially by a margin of over 100 MPs. A cross-party group of MPs are reportedly planning to exploit parliamentary arithmetic to weaken the prime minister and give greater powers to backbench MPs who want to soften, delay and stop Brexit. MPs will vote on the Withdrawal Agreement on Tuesday. LONDON – Theresa May has warned that failure to deliver Brexit would be a “catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy” has MPs plot to sideline the prime minister and take control of the process. Writing for the Sunday Express today, May says that the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal on Tuesday would be the “biggest and most important decision that any MP of our generation will be asked to make.” She adds that MPs “cannot – and must not – let you (voters) down” and urged MPs “to forget the games and… Read full this story
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