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Theresa May to force third vote on Brexit deal in defiance of John Bercow ruling, cabinet minister reveals

Independent Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay confident that EU agreeing Brexit delay - or new offer to Democratic Unionist Party - can get around Speaker's block
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News video: John Bercow Insists That There Not Be A Third Vote On Brexit deal

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According to Business Insider, Theresa May cannot hold a third vote on her Brexit deal according to an explosive intervention from House of Commons Speaker John Bercow. Speaking on Monday, Bercow said that parliamentary precedent disbarred British governments from holding repeated votes on the main...

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