With Parliament wresting control of the Agenda on Brexit this week, the House finally seems to be making progress. While the indicative votes procedure did not come to a clear conclusion, the process did chart the direction in which the Commons wishes to move. The Prime Minister has been forced to reconsider her red lines and involve other parties in the process. As well as this the Commons has made a lot of progress in eliminating a damaging no-deal exit as an option.
While wrangling over Brexit consumed the time of Parliament this week, the Defence Committee held a session of its Global Islamist Terrorism Inquiry. One of the most worrying issues raised by the Security Minister was that 43% of people flagged as security threats were linked to far-right groups, particularly in the north east and north west of England, compared to 45% who were identified as Islamist. You can see the inquiry here.
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