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Brexit: Government suffers fourth defeat in the Lords

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Brexit: Government suffers fourth defeat in the Lords

Brexit: Government suffers fourth defeat in the Lords

The Government has suffered a fourth defeat in the Lords over Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal as peers backed a move to ensure the rights of child refugees to be reunited with their families in the UK.

Voting was 300 to 220, majority 80.

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