The Conservative rebel, AKA Douglas Hogg, argued that a unilateral guarantee would grant the Government the moral high ground.
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He warns peers against exceeding their role by treating the Bill like a Christmas tree, to which they want to add baubles.
The by-election winner becomes the first Conservative to represent the area since 1935.
He also addresses the question of the Northern Irish border and tariff-free trade with the Republic of Ireland.
She rejects Farron’s plan for a second referendum.
He quotes Paddy Ashdown: “You either believe in democracy or you don’t.”
He warns the House of Lords that amending the Article 50 Bill would exceed their constitutional remit.
The former EU Commissioner warned the Lords of the costs of Brexit.
“Attempts to refight that referendum are a great mistake.”
The Brexit Bill passes the Commons unamended by 494 votes to 122. Clive Lewis quits the Shadow Cabinet.
The largest Conservative rebellion totalled just three MPs. Meanwhile, 52 Labour MPs defied Corbyn.
She further hinted she might rebel against the Government.
The Speaker also received support from Sir Edward Leigh and Paul Flynn.
The Prime Minister updates the House on her discussions with EU leaders.
“Would he have been able to protect British citizens from the impact of the Executive Order? No.”
He lambasts Clegg, Farron et al for their opposition to Article 50.