Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

After winning Brexit compromise, UK's pro-EU rebels fear betrayal

After winning Brexit compromise, UK's pro-EU rebels fear betrayal

The Pound won a moment's respite late Tuesday when MP's rejected the so called "meaningful vote" amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill, which seemingly kicks any threat to the stability of the government out into the long grass, but the next challenge to Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership and the government is already looming over Sterling.

"Whatever we do, we're not going to reverse that [decision to leave the EU]", Mr. David told BBC radio. The "meaningful vote" amendment, which would assert Parliament's authority over the negotiations and effectively hand control to MPs, still represents an opportunity to turn the whole process on its head.

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But government officials admitted that the concession does constrain their freedom in the Brexit talks. But for now, the government seems to have prevented an embarrassing defeat, and the Tory rebels have avoided the unpleasantness of colluding in the defeat of their Prime Minister.

The statement said: "We have not, and will not, agree to the House of Commons binding the government's hands in the negotiations".

Under the proposal, if no deal has been reached with Brussels by this point, the government will return to the House of Commons to determine the next course of action. He replied: "I think that's a fair assessment". "Any compromise [amendment] would have to be tabled by Govt in Lords".

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In what is likely to be a highly-charged appearance before the backbench 1922 Committee on Monday, the Prime Minister is expected to say that the way MPs vote will send a message.

As I write the full terms of the deal have yet to be revealed, but there is briefing ministers have conceded that a motion, which could be amended, would be put before MPs, in event a final divorce deal is voted down. "So we are partway through discussions and there is more to come", she said.

The bloc's Brexit negotiators have published an analysis of the Prime Minister's plans which suggests strongly that they will not be accepted. "Parliamentary pressure will remain in place to soften the Brexit outcome", says Lee Hardman, a currency analyst at MUFG.

"In all conscience, I can not support the Government's decision to oppose this amendment because doing so breaches such fundamental principles of human rights and Parliamentary sovereignty".

No 10 was scrambling on Wednesday to reassure Brexiteers she was not giving too much away. "Part of the reason we had the meeting with the prime minister and the chief whip is we have had undertakings given at the dispatch box, which have not been fulfilled.it was the prime minister's personal assurance that was important to us".

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