Despite it being the final week of sitting before the Christmas recess, the pace in the House did not let up.
The relative stability the Government seemed to have achieved in the last couple of weeks has been shattered, after last weeks defeat on one of the Withdrawal Bill amendments and the sacking of the First Secretary of State this week, the Government once again looks to be on the ropes.
The Government’s Brexit strategy took a further blow this week as it was attacked in both the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Exiting the European Union Committee.
These developments mean that the start of the new year will be an interesting and im-portant time in Parliament.
I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and wish you well for the coming year.
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