THE CONVERSATION: Brexit: what does the latest parliamentary upset mean for Theresa May?

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Release date: 9/1/2019

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A cross-parliamentary group of MPs has struck again, landing another major blow against the government ahead of the vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal on January 15. The manoeuvre changes the parliamentary timetable to give the prime minister just three days to come up with a new plan if she loses the vote. This was highly controversial in constitutional terms and the debate was extremely heated. Here’s what it means for the next stage of Brexit.

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TitleBrexit: what does the latest parliamentary upset mean for Theresa May?
Media name/outletThe Conversation
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date9/01/19
DescriptionA cross-parliamentary group of MPs has struck again, landing another major blow against the government ahead of the vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal on January 15. The manoeuvre changes the parliamentary timetable to give the prime minister just three days to come up with a new plan if she loses the vote. This was highly controversial in constitutional terms and the debate was extremely heated. Here’s what it means for the next stage of Brexit.
URLhttps://theconversation.com/brexit-what-does-the-latest-parliamentary-upset-mean-for-theresa-may-109591
PersonsLouise Thompson