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So, Parliament Gets A Pre-Brexit Vote – But What Will It Be Voting On?

Monday, November 7, 2016 17:32
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from The Conversation

– this post authored by Fiona de Londras, University of Birmingham

The court ruling that Britain’s parliament must have a vote before the government can trigger Article 50 to start Brexit negotiations has opened more than one can of worms. One particularly interesting question is what exactly the House of Commons and House of Lords will be voting on now that they are to have their say.

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  • Considering the MPs of the Duchy of Cornwall have said that they’re against the creation of a Devonwall but refused to join the protest and have refused to address the legality of it, just as they have said they’re against the devlelopment of greenfield sites but refuse to object to any greenfield developments, just as they were all for supporting adding the Cornish language to the minority language register but have refused to speak out against the Cornish language funding being halted, and their deliberate refusal to act on any problem relating to their constituencies, such as GP surgeries and playground developments, I can only assume they’ll vote on whatever they’re told to vote on, since they clearly seem to fail to pocess any regard for anything except themselves and the agenda they follow.

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