But he urges MPs to work together to secure “the best possible outcome” in Brexit, and will support the Bill.
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He tells the Commons that if the House of Lords opposes Article 50 it would be committing “political suicide”.
The veteran EU-enthusiast explains why he will vote against the Article 50 Bill.
The Shadow Brexit Secretary explains why he will vote for Article 50 – even if many of his Labour colleagues refuse to.
“Trust the people,” he urges his colleagues.
Others applauded him for “straight-talking” and argued the proposal was about silencing concerns about immigration.
The Prime Minister recognises that there is a desire in the House to scrutinise her plan.
The Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union’s full Commons statement.
The Prime Minister acknowledge “a small number” of “unacceptable” incidents, but pointed to record pressures on the service.
“I believe in equality, where gender should be irrelevant.”
“We are deceiving ourselves if we believe that we have no responsibility for what has happened in Syria.”
“This is my first Autumn Statement as Chancellor…I have decided that it will also be my last.”
“We’ve got a leader of the Opposition who is incapable of leading.”
My new bill is an opportunity for Labour MPs to accept that the people want us to take back control of our borders and our money.
Instead of the widely predicted rebellion, only half a dozen Conservative parliamentarians were openly negative. Others preferred to dig into the detail.