'So much for taking back control': readers on the EU withdrawal bill

13 September 2017 @15:40 | The Guardian
As the Brexit bill passed its first parliamentary hurdle, readers share their views on a bill described as ‘not fit for purpose’ by Sir Keir Starmer The EU withdrawal bill passed its first Commons hurdle late on Monday night, with Theresa May hailing the vote as a “historic decision to back the will of the British people”. continue...


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