成语猜猜二四六八十

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With the Prime Minister’s deal defeated twice by historic margins, and a free vote on no deal on Wednesday, it is difficult to see a way forward in which the Government retains power, with the ability to provide any direction to the Brexit process.

The Prime Minister has already conceded that it will be a free vote on no deal - essentially Conservative MPs and Ministers may vote as they please - and potentially that approach will need to extend to votes on any amendments, as well as an extension of the Article 50 process.

Theresa May will then dutifully negotiate with the EU, and inevitably put whatever the EU has proposed, price-tag and all, back to the Commons.

MPs will then need to decide...

With the Prime Minister’s deal defeated twice by historic margins, and a free vote on no deal on Wednesday, it is difficult to see a way forward in which the Government retains power, with the ability to provide any direction to the Brexit process.

The Prime Minister has already conceded that it will be a free vote on no deal - essentially Conservative MPs and Ministers may vote as they please - and potentially that approach will need to extend to votes on any amendments, as well as an extension of the Article 50 process.

Theresa May will then dutifully negotiate with the EU, and inevitably put whatever the EU has proposed, price-tag and all, back to the Commons.

MPs will then need to decide...

With the Prime Minister’s deal defeated twice by historic margins, and a free vote on no deal on Wednesday, it is difficult to see a way forward in which the Government retains power, with the ability to provide any direction to the Brexit process.

The Prime Minister has already conceded that it will be a free vote on no deal - essentially Conservative MPs and Ministers may vote as they please - and potentially that approach will need to extend to votes on any amendments, as well as an extension of the Article 50 process.

Theresa May will then dutifully negotiate with the EU, and inevitably put whatever the EU has proposed, price-tag and all, back to the Commons.

MPs will then need to decide...

With the Prime Minister’s deal defeated twice by historic margins, and a free vote on no deal on Wednesday, it is difficult to see a way forward in which the Government retains power, with the ability to provide any direction to the Brexit process.

The Prime Minister has already conceded that it will be a free vote on no deal - essentially Conservative MPs and Ministers may vote as they please - and potentially that approach will need to extend to votes on any amendments, as well as an extension of the Article 50 process.

Theresa May will then dutifully negotiate with the EU, and inevitably put whatever the EU has proposed, price-tag and all, back to the Commons.

MPs will then need to decide...