The latest Brexit u-turn provokes war inside the government. Again. [TWEETS]

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Written by : TIMOTHY J. WOODS

The Conservative government’s latest announcement to put the final Brexit bill before parliament has provoked a backlash from Conservative MPs. Brexit Secretary David Davis appears to have made the concession to ward off a brewing Tory revolt. But it hasn’t been enough.

U-turning heads

Any agreement on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union and transitional period will now go before a vote in both Houses of Westminster. But if MPs and peers vote no, Davis has insisted that the UK will leave regardless, which calls into question the relevance of the vote.

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The Queen’s government cannot over rule parliament . The Tories are trying to invoke a dictatorship on parliament . Have they forgotten what Cromwell fought for ? For the good of the country and it’s peoples , many of which now realise voting leave is not in the country’s interest , parliament must have the vote .

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