As is becoming custom, Brexit related controversy stuck again this week in Parliament. The Secretary of State for Exiting the EU was giving evidence to the Select Committee and bizarrely said that MPs could get a vote on the final Brexit deal after the UK leaves the EU. Issues with Universal Credit also continued to be debated following on from last week. As the amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill continue to increase daily, with over 300 amendments so far, MPs finally received news of when the Bill will return to the House to be debated.
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