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The two problems with Dominic Grieve’s Brexit amendment
Another day, another defeat for the government this time on Dominic Grieve’s amendment, which requires Theresa May to set out within three sitting days what she’ll do next if the meaningful vote doesn’t pass. The significance of this is that Grieve thinks that the motion the government would put down would be amendable, so MPs would be able to tell the government what they want to happen. But what does this mean in practice? Well, the first thing to note is that there isn’t currently a majority for anything in the Commons. This suggests that no amendment whether it is for a second referendum or Norway Plus would be able to pass the Commons.
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