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Withdrawal Agreement Bill passes through Commons

The House of Commons has voted 330 to 231 in favour of Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill and it will now advance to the House of Lords.

2019 Review: Johnson's Withdrawal Agreement

As we approach the end of the year, we have collected a selection of the most influential political events of 2019. In this article, we focus on Boris Johnson announcing his new Withdrawal Agreement.

Extension to Brexit bill to be blocked by government

Due to conclude in December of next year, the post-Brexit transition period can currently be extended by up to two years.

NIESR: New Brexit deal to lower GDP by 3.5 per cent over ten years

The new Withdrawal Agreement will see the UK GDP decrease by 3.5 per cent in a decade, according to a study compiled by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research into how Brexit will impact the economy.

Leaked “government papers” spark fears over workers’ rights within Labour

The Labour party claims that government papers leaked by the Financial Times confirm its “worst fears” over plans to reduce workers’ rights after Brexit, when the UK will be free to deviate from EU rules and regulations under the new withdrawal agreement.

PM to seek approval for Withdrawal Agreement Bill in key Commons vote

Prime minister Boris Johnson will look to win the support of MPs in a vote on his Withdrawal Agreement Bill, paving the way for the UK to leave the EU by the Article 50 deadline of October 31 as planned.

New withdrawal agreement must offer more than no backstop, Brexiteers warn

Pro-Brexit Conservative MPs have warned the prime minister that a new withdrawal agreement with the EU may still fail to pass through Parliament if it only manages to remove the controversial Irish backstop.

SNP's Chris Law: Majority in the House would support a “soft Brexit”

Following last night’s series of indicative votes, we spoke to Chris Law, MP for Dundee West and prominent member of the SNP, about the next steps of the Brexit process and what the SNP would like to see moving forward.

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