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Old Yesterday, 20:29   #586
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It looks like parliament have voted to stay in the European Medicines Agency. Great news for continued rapid drug access and the pharmaceutical industry (big sigh of relief where I work too!)
that is some good new at least, some MPs look to be trying to vote for the right things. Its also great news for my Astra Zeneca shares
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Thankfully - the customs amendment put forward by the Remainer MPs lost. Meaning we will not join any kind of customs union should no meaningful deal not be reached by Jan 2019.
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Thankfully - the customs amendment put forward by the Remainer MPs lost. Meaning we will not join any kind of customs union should no meaningful deal not be reached by Jan 2019.
Depends Mick, got to go to the Lords next, where there is a remain majority. Then it'll go back to the Commons for more Govt. torture. Isn't our system wonderful ?
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It will lose as it should - the democratic result of leaving the corrupt EU must be followed.
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Wouldn't have changed the result but the Tories broke pairing tonight: https://twitter.com/tnewtondunn/stat...03110794186753

Jo Swinson was paired with Brandon Lewis but, after she was told that, he voted anyway.

Quite a low thing to do.

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TBH Pairing helps out the Government a lot. Sometimes Government ministers cannot be in the chamber, especially the PM and Foreign Secretary, so no reason now Labour can't refuse to honour in those cases. So either the PM and others need to attend every vote or risk losing it.
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A No-Confidence motion in the Government nearly came to fruition earlier nearly because of 12 Remainer Tory MPs no surprises for guessing who they were, but it took 4 Rebel Brexiteer Labour MPs to save May's skin tonight.

Those 12 Tory Remainers were prepared to bring their own government down.
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