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Has The UK Parliament Really Taken Back Brexit From Theresa May?
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12 Jan 2019 12:21 AM EST

According to Business Insider, The House of Commons passed a Brexit amendment on Wednesday designed to force the prime minister to immediately come up with a "Plan B" if her deal with the EU is rejected by MPs. The motion, brought forward by the former Conservative Attorney General Dominic Grieve, was subsequently backed by a majority of MPs, leading to widespread reports that MPs had "taken back control" of the Brexit process from May's government. While technically Grieve's amendment may not have tied the government's hands, politically it is a clear demonstration of Parliament's will to shape the Brexit process.

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