There are at least 14 contests taking place over the weekend in Conservative-held seats.
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The final humiliation is now being delivered upon us in the form of the European elections – elections to an institution that we voted to leave three years ago.
The Prime Minister has made no effort to consult Parliament about her agreement with Brussels – but it requires changes to British law.
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The precedents seem unfavourable to Brexiteer ambitions and it isn’t even obvious that it applies to UK-EU relations at all.
The panel, comprising legally-trained Conservative and DUP MPs as well as outside experts, set out their full legal reasoning for rejecting the deal.
The thinking of most of the 78 per cent will be that Britain should leave the EU on March 29 as expected.
Which presumably means, since Dodds is one of the eight, that the DUP takes the same view.