In reply to @HouseofCommons
MPs voted to disagree with Lords Amendment 2 to the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill by 348 votes to 246. This would have made changes to Clause 26 on rights of UK courts to diverge from EU law after Brexit. Read a list of the Lords Amendments: publications.parliament.uk/pa/bills/cbill…
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MPs voted to disagree with Lords Amendment 3 to the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill by 350 votes to 247. This relates to powers of ministers to decide when to use or set aside judgements by the ECJ. Read a list of the Lords Amendments: publications.parliament.uk/pa/bills/cbill…

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In reply to @HouseofCommons
MPs have voted to disagree with Lords Amendment 4 to the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill by 342 votes to 254. This relates to Clause 37 on unaccompanied child refugees being allowed to join their families in the UK after Brexit. Read more here: publications.parliament.uk/pa/bills/cbill…
 
 
And so any sense of pride in our nation and the role we can play caring for our shared world continues to be eroded
 
Bit haunting to give the Executive this pretty significant Judicial Function 🧟‍♂️

But that’s fine, I imagine the Conservatives won’t at all regret enabling abuse of Executive Powers when we have a *cough* Lib Dem Majority Government in 2025.
 
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Time they told the House of Lords to STFRU.Get rid of the Lot of the shower of crap.Starting with Baroness Lawrence of Where Ever.There only there for the Money.Our Money from our Tax just siting on there fat Ass's and sleeping that if they turn up at all.TOSSER'S
 
 
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Why do the unelected lords have a say the withdrawal agreement
 
 
Won a judgement in court?
UK government will decide on case by case basis whether to impose the judgement.

To suggest this is a 'slippery slope' would be an understatement.

They are dry fucking you.

And they are going to remind you, at every step, you asked for it.
 

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