Only a national government can prevent “no deal” Brexit | The Federal Trust


What is likely to be a small majority for a Customs Union or for a People’s Vote will count however for little on its own.

Parliament will need a to find a way to impose its will on a government likely to prove entirely recalcitrant and, moreover, it will need to impose its will within the ten days until 12th April, the new date on which the UK is due to leave the EU if the Withdrawal Agreement has not been ratified by Parliament.

The votes taking place on 1st April will not be legally binding on the government, although Kenneth Clarke has said that he would be willing to support a Vote of No Confidence in the Conservative government if it set its face against the expressed wishes of a Parliamentary majority.

Source: Only a national government can prevent “no deal” Brexit | The Federal Trust

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