Archiv: amendments


13.07.2019 - 10:01 [ DefenseNews.com ]

House votes to curb Trump’s war powers, challenging Senate to act

In the Senate in recent months, Republicans have joined Democrats to pass similar measures, but not enough to override a presidential veto.

13.07.2019 - 09:38 [ Kurt Schrader, Abgeordnete des US Repräsentantenhauses / Twitter ‏ ]

I voted today in favor of the National Defense Authorization Act. This bill repeals the 2002 AUMF and allows Congress to reassert their war making powers after 17 years of war in the Middle East. Read my full statement below:

13.07.2019 - 08:51 [ Peter DeFazio, Abgeordnete des US Repräsentantenhaus / Twitter ]

I cosponsored an amendment, which passed today, to prevent the Trump administration and warhawk John Bolton from starting a war with Iran unless authorized by Congress. Congress must exercise its constitutional duty and prevent yet another endless war in the Middle East.

13.07.2019 - 08:34 [ Task and Purpose ]

Congress just took a major step towards preventing Iran from becoming another Forever War

Both Concerned Veterans for America and VoteVets have long argued that Congress needs to take back its power to declare war from the executive branch and put an end to the „Forever Wars“ by revoking the 2001 authorization for use of military force against Al Qaeda, which presidents have used to justify military operations all over the world.

12.07.2019 - 20:52 [ Barbara Lee, Abgeordnete des US Repräsentantenhauses / Twitter ]

Since its passage, the 2001 AUMF has been used far beyond the scope Congress intended. Today, the House passed my amendment reclaiming Congress’ constitutional authority & recognizing that it is past time to revisit the 2001 AUMF blank check for endless war.

12.07.2019 - 20:45 [ Barbara Lee, Abgeordnete des US Repräsentantenhauses / Twitter ]

BREAKING: The House just passed my amendment to repeal the outdated 2002 AUMF & restore Congressional authority in matters of war and peace. This AUMF has been on the books for 17 years, long after the end of the Iraq war. It’s past time for it to go! #StopEndlessWars

12.07.2019 - 20:38 [ Antiwar.com ]

House Passes Amendments to End War Authorizations, Preemptively Defund Iran War

The flurry of amendments to the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) moving through the House of Representatives is finally wrapping up Friday, where a series of Thursday night debates gave way to key votes early Friday on some contentious issues.

Major subjects of those debates included amendments that aim to end both the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for Use of Military Force (AUMF). The 2001 repeal passed 237-183, while the 2002 repeal passed even easier at 242-180.

Debates on the AUMF centered on concern that the authorizations could be used by President Trump or future presidents to authorize wars they were never intended for. The aim is to replace the 2001 version with something more current on the global war on terror, and to do away with the 2002 version entirely, since its main goal was to unseat the long-dead Saddam Hussein and conquer Iraq, now a US ally.

12.07.2019 - 20:33 [ New York Times ]

House Votes to Check Trump’s Authority to Strike Iran

The House voted Friday to curb President Trump’s ability to strike Iran militarily on Friday, adopting a bipartisan provision that would require the president to get Congress’s approval before authorizing military force against Tehran.

26.03.2019 - 17:42 [ nst.com.my ]

Three UK ministers resign

(26.3.2019) MPs voted by 329 to 302 to back the Letwin amendment, led by former ministers Oliver Letwin and Dominic Grieve, which effectively allowed the Parliament to take control of the Brexit process, and delivered another blow to Prime Minister Theresa May.

The Guardian reported that 30 MPs from May’s party including three ministers voted for the amendment. The three ministers were also reported to have resigned.

19.03.2019 - 00:25 [ Parly / Twitter ]

Does this House have the authority to suspend the standing orders preventing the motion being brought back asks @alexburghart Yes says the Speaker. The House is the custodian of its own standing orders

19.03.2019 - 00:11 [ Hugh Bennett, News Editor @guidofawkes ‏/ Twitter ]

Bercow now invokes Part 2 of the stitch-up: directly advising Remainer MPs how to force through amendments using SO24. Benn/Cooper/Boles coup back on…

19.03.2019 - 00:10 [ @RocketRacer69 / Twitter ]

Interesting that Bercow emphasised heavily the „fuller opportunities of Standing Order 24“ in response to Helen Goodman’s point of order this afternoon when asked what the opposition could do to force the Govt. hand.

14.03.2019 - 20:35 [ Daniel Neun / Twitter ]

die gute Nachricht: Salvini wird jetzt in den nächsten 12 Tagen, die seiner #EU noch bleiben, beweisen, dass auch die nationalistische Rechte in Italien und europaweit genauso ein verlogener, feiger Haufen #EU-Untertanen ist wie die etablierten contralinken Verräterparteien.

14.03.2019 - 20:15 [ Daniel Neun ‏/ Twitter ]

Ihr versteht, dass jetzt das gesamte Schicksal dieser sogenannten „Europäischen Union“ und ihrer Zollunion (um die geht es in Wirklichkeit bei dieser epischen Erpressung) an einem italienischen Nationalisten hängt, gell? #Salvini #Artikel50 #Brexit

14.03.2019 - 19:46 [ theSun.co.uk ]

MPs vote to DELAY Brexit until at least June killing March 29 Leave date

Mrs May will next week bring her Brexit deal back to the Commons for a third meaningful vote.

She says that if it passes, she will then ask the EU for a „short technical extension“ until the end of June, to give Parliament the time to force through the necessary legislation.

But if the deal is defeated again, the PM has warned that Britain will have to stay in the EU beyond the summer and take part in European Parliament elections.

14.03.2019 - 19:39 [ ZDF Studio London / Twitter ]

ERGEBNIS DAFÜR: 412 DAGEGEN: 202 Eine Verlängerung bis zum 30.6. ist sicher. Die #EU muss natürlich noch zustimmen. @zdfheute @ReporterZDF

14.03.2019 - 19:25 [ UK House of Commons ‏/ Twitter ]

Commons votes 412 to 202 to approve a motion to seek to extend the #Article50 period. This extension will be until 30 June 2019 if the #BrexitDeal is approved by 20 March 2019. It notes that if a deal is not approved, the length of the extension will depend on its purpose.

14.03.2019 - 19:20 [ ZDF Studio London ‏/ Twitter ]

Der Hauptantrag von Theresa #May sieht folgendes vor: Sollte ihr Deal noch bis zum 20.3. angenommen werden, stellt sie bei der EU einen Antrag auf eine einmalige Verlängerung von Art 50 bis zum 30.6. #Brexit @zdfheute @ReporterZDF

14.03.2019 - 18:29 [ ZDF Studio London / Twitter ]

Um die Verwirrung perfekt zu machen, wird jetzt erst noch über einen Zusatz zum nächsten Zusatzantrag (Debatte und Zeit für Testabstimmungen) abgestimmt. Der Zusatz sieht das Enddatum 30. Juni für eine Verlängerung von Artikel 50 vor. @zdfheute @ReporterZDF

14.03.2019 - 18:15 [ ZDF Studio London / Twitter ]

Das Problem mit diesem Antrag ist, dass Labour-Abgeordnete angehalten sind, sich bei dieser Abstimmung zu enthalten, da sonst der für sie wichtigere Zusatzantrag (Debatte und Testabstimmungen) gestrichen würde. Erfolgschancen gen Null. #Brexit #article50 @zdfheute @ReporterZDF

14.03.2019 - 18:04 [ phoenix ]

phoenix vor ort: LIVE aus dem britischen Unterhaus

ca. 18:30 Uhr – LIVE – London:
Schaltgespräch mit ZDF-Korrespondentin Diana Zimmermann

anschl. – Brüssel:
Schaltgespräch mit ZDF-Korrespondent Stefan Leifert

anschl. – LIVE – London:
Brexit-Debatte im britischen Unterhaus über eine Verschiebung des Austritts-Datums

Zu Gast im Studio:

– Grahame Lucas (Britischer Journalist)
– Sigrid Fretlöh (EU-Expertin)

14.03.2019 - 18:04 [ Catherine Nicholson, European Affairs Editor @France24 / Twitter ]

OK folks, strap in – #BrexitVote evening 3 starts here: MPs now voting on „amendment H“ – to ask EU to agree to delay Brexit in order to hold a 2nd referendum. Labour ordered its MPs not to support this one – it’s almost certain to fail

14.03.2019 - 16:42 [ ZDF Studio London ‏/ Twitter ]

1) Verlängerung Art 50 für 2. Referendum 2) Debatte und Zeit am 20.3. für Testabstimmungen über alternativen Deal 3) Verlängerung Art 50, um eine Mehrheit für einen anderen Ansatz des Brexit zu finden. 4) Keine 3. Abstimmung über May Deal. @ZDFheute @ReporterZDF

14.03.2019 - 16:41 [ ZDF Studio London ‏/ Twitter ]

Heute wird ab ca 1800 deutscher Zeit über eine Verlängerung von Artikel 50 (Verschiebung des Austrittsdatum) abgestimmt. Der Sprecher hat 4 Zusatzanträge zugelassen, über die zuvor abgestimmt wird. #BrexitDeal #Article50 @zdfheute @ReporterZDF

14.03.2019 - 16:31 [ Paul Embery ‏/ Twitter ]

„A long extension“ It’s obvious what game is being played here. The EU (aided by many within the UK establishment) is doing its damnedest to subvert the referendum result. If we don’t leave on 29 March, our democracy may not recover for a very long time.

14.03.2019 - 16:23 [ Vanessa Pupavac ‏/ Twitter ]

@tfbrexit ‚Our present Parliament seems to be treading dangerously close, for the first time since the 1830s, to interpreting its “representative” function perversely as entitlement to reject a clearly expressed popular wish.‘

14.03.2019 - 16:10 [ Telegraph.co.uk ]

The Rotten Parliament is the worst we’ve had since the democracy haters of the 1830s

We live in a “representative democracy” – or so we tell ourselves. But who or what is the present parliament representing? Not the majority in the country, as expressed by in the 2016 referendum and the 2017 general election. Some two thirds of constituencies voted for Brexit – a vote that would give an unprecedented landslide majority in a parliamentary election – and yet most MPs still support Remain.

We would have to go back rather a long way to find a precedent, to a time when “democracy” was a dirty word.

14.03.2019 - 15:49 [ BBC Politics / Twitter ]

“John Bercow is now a superstar in Germany” reveals Die Welt newspaper’s Stefanie Bolzen #Brexit

14.03.2019 - 15:32 [ Maddy Thimont Jack, Researcher at @instituteforgov on Brexit, Parliament and devolution ‏/ Twitter ]

Same day the govt motion has as the deadline for parliament approving a deal… Clear your diaries for 20 March everyone!

14.03.2019 - 15:31 [ Faisal Islam, @SkyNews political editor / Twitter ]

Benn manuscript amendment brings back Cooper-Boles-Letwin plan to take control of Commons standing orders – next Wednesday for indicative votes:

14.03.2019 - 15:14 [ Iain Watson, political correspondent, BBC ‏/ Twitter ]

John Bercow still defending his choice of amendments – lots of disquiet over not selecting one ruling out a referendum. Says he can justify his choices ‚to the world‘

14.03.2019 - 14:54 [ Hugh Bennett, News Editor @guidofawkes / Twitter ]

Truly a sorry episode in British democracy – Benn/Cooper/Letwin want entirely unaccountable group of 25 MPs to seize executive powers – Bercow corrupting the office of Speaker to support partisan campaigns – All while MPs trying to force a banana republic-style second referendum

14.03.2019 - 14:44 [ Telegraph.co.uk ]

Brexit latest news: Brexiteer fury as John Bercow blocks attempt to rule out second referendum

– Watch the Brexit debate in the live stream above
– MPs to vote on Thursday afternoon on delaying Brexit
– Remainer plot to postpone Brexit by up to two years
– Brexiteer hopes pinned on Geoffrey Cox changing legal advice
– Will the EU allow an Article 50 extension that will delay Brexit? ​
– Nick Timothy: Mrs May is responsible for losing control of Brexit
– Nigel Farage: Brexit betrayal one of most shameful chapters in our history

14.03.2019 - 14:38 [ Guido Fawkes ]

Bercow Refuses to Select Cross-Party Anti-Second Referendum Amendment Signed by 127 MPs

Speaker John Bercow has refused to call the cross-party amendment B rejecting a second referendum, despite the fact that it was signed by 127 MPs including the entirety of the DUP and had numerous Labour MPs as leading co-signatories including Caroline Flint, Gareth Snell and John Mann. Shameless…

Instead Bercow has selected four amendments more to his own liking:

14.03.2019 - 14:36 [ theGuardian.com ]

Bercow calls four amendments, including one calling for a second referendum

John Bercow, the speaker, says he is calling four amendments, plus an amendment to an amendment.

They are:

1) Sarah Wollaston’s – calling for an extension to article 50 to allow for time for a referendum on Brexit.

2) Hilary Benn’s – saying next Wednesday should be set aside for a debate that would start the process of allowing MPs to hold indicative votes on Brexit alternatives. There is also an amendment to this amendment, from Labour’s Lucy Powell, changing the timing.

3) Labour’s – saying article 50 should be extended to allow time for MPs to find a majority for a different approach to Brexit.

4) Chris Bryant’s – saying Theresa May should not be allowed to put her deal to the Commons again.

13.03.2019 - 20:45 [ Laura Kuenssberg / Twitter ]

So… the main vote is now on whether UK can EVER leave the EU without a deal (because of earlier Spelman vote) – govt is now said to be trying to force its own MP s to vote against its own motion – frankly things so chaotic this could implode by mistake

13.03.2019 - 16:22 [ The Speaker ‏/ Twitter ]

#BREXITVOTE: Speaker John Bercow has selected two amendments for debate ahead of tonight’s vote on whether to leave the EU with #NoDeal; an amendment which seeks to rule out no deal, and the ‚Malthouse‘ amendment, to delay #Brexit until May 22, with a transition period until 2021

13.03.2019 - 16:20 [ ZDF Studio London ‏/ Twitter ]

Heute Abend wird über zwei Zusatzanträge abgestimmt: – No Deal wird komplett ausgeschlossen – Verschiebung des Austrittsdatums bis zum 22.5., um die Konsequenzen eines No Deal-Austritts abzufedern. @zdfheute @ReporterZDF #Brexit

27.02.2019 - 20:54 [ BBC Politics / Twitter ]

MPs overwhelmingly back Yvette Cooper’s amendment by 502 to 20, formally approving Theresa May’s timetable for votes on no-deal and delaying #Brexit – if MPs reject UK PM’s own deal

27.02.2019 - 20:45 [ Laura Kuenssberg / Twitter ]

And this vote would get the Commons to approve formally the plan for a domino of votes in mid March set out by the PM yday

27.02.2019 - 20:44 [ Laura Kuenssberg / Twitter ]

So now on to the last vote, Yvette Cooper’s amendment and they are formally voting on that

27.02.2019 - 20:20 [ BBC Politics / Twitter ]

MPs reject Labour’s amendment calling for PM to back their #Brexit plan by 323 to 240 – moving the party closer to backing a second referendum

27.02.2019 - 20:18 [ Yannis Koutsomitis / Twitter ]

UK #Brexit Sec Barclay: Govt will accept Cooper’s Brexit amendment.

/via @LiveSquawk

Wow.

27.02.2019 - 19:15 [ Labour Leave ‏/ Twitter ]

I hope MPs understand, all their talk of short delays, of ruling out no deal, the public understands exactly what is going on: underhand and deeply cynical attempts to overturn the biggest democratic mandate in British history. You’re not fooling anyone. #brexit

27.02.2019 - 18:53 [ Independent.co.uk ]

Brexit delay: France would block Article 50 extension ‘without a clear objective’, Macron says

France would block a delay to Brexit unless it had a “clear objective” based on a “new choice” by the British, Emmanuel Macron has said.

Speaking at a joint press conference with German chancellor Angela Merkel in Paris, the French president gave the clearest signal from an EU leader so far that there would be conditions on an extension to the Article 50 negotiating period.

27.02.2019 - 18:05 [ Aubrey Allegretti, reporter and occasional news editor for @SkyNewsPolitics / Twitter ]

NEW: Jeremy Corbyn has just sent a letter to all MPs – including Conservative ones – offering them the chance to talk to a member of his team to get them to back the Labour frontbench amendment. One person who recieved it says: „Haven’t seen him do that before.“

27.02.2019 - 16:36 [ UK Parliament / Youtube ]

Brexit “next steps” debate: 27 February 2019

MPs are now debating what steps should be taken next in the Brexit process. They will debate amendments put forward by MPs from across the House, with votes expected to start at around 7pm.

27.02.2019 - 10:16 [ Parliament.co.uk ]

House of Commons: Wednesday 27 February 2019 Order Paper No.258

12.30pm: Urgent Questions, Ministerial Statements (if any)

Up to 20 minutes: Ten Minute Rule Motion: Planning (Affordable Housing and Land
Compensation) (Helen Hayes)

No debate: Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) (No. 2)
Bill: Second and Third Reading

Until any hour*: Business of the House (Today) (Motion) (*if the 7.00pm Business of the House Motion is agreed to)

Until 7.00pm: UK’s withdrawal from the European Union
(Motion)

27.02.2019 - 09:44 [ Adrian Masters, Political Editor, ITV Cymru Wales / Twitter ]

4/7 Distrust of the leaders of both main parties is expressed in very strong terms. One Labour MP said the leadership under Corbyn is as remote as it was under Blair. One Conservative MP told me Theresa May is the worst Prime Minister we’ve ever had, including Gordon Brown.

27.02.2019 - 09:34 [ Nick Boles, Abgeordneter im britischen House of Commons / Twitter ]

Gratified that the PM has accepted the key proposals in the cross-party Cooper-Letwin Bill. This is a victory for Parliament. We will lay amendments to her motion this afternoon and seek confirmation of her commitments from ministers during tomorrow’s debate.

(26.2.2019)

27.02.2019 - 09:16 [ Parliament.uk ]

Yvette Cooper’s Private Member’s Bill explained

(19.2.2019) What role does Parliament have in extending Article 50?

Although it is not explicitly stated in UK legislation, Parliament is not thought to have a formal role in deciding whether the Article 50 process should be extended as a matter of EU law. Extension is ultimately a question that is resolved by the UK Government acting on the UK’s behalf, negotiating with the European Union.

27.02.2019 - 09:11 [ Independent.co.uk ]

Brexit Supreme Court Case: MPs‘ motion on Article 50 was not legally binding, Government lawyer admits

(8. Dezember2016) A vote by MPs to back Theresa May’s Brexit plans was not legally binding, the Government’s lawyers have admitted.

James Eadie QC made the concession during the final day of Supreme Court appeal which is considering whether the Prime Minister has sufficient authority to trigger Article 50 without a vote by MPs.

27.02.2019 - 09:09 [ Verfassungsblog.de ]

The House of Commons’ Last Chance at Taking Back Control?

A key part of the case against the Cooper-Letwin plan is that it is unlikely to work without a degree of Government support.

27.02.2019 - 07:33 [ theSun.co.uk ]

Jeremy Corbyn’s backing for a second Brexit vote sparks fury as FIFTY MPs set to defy Labour leader

Labour chairman Ian Lavery was described as “very angry” as he branded the support for a second referendum “political suicide” – arguing that the move risks shedding votes in the Midlands and northern England.

Shadow Justice Secretary Richard Burgon attacked the leadership for failing to consult the shadow cabinet before announcing the U-turn – asking Mr Corbyn: “Why did we hear about it in the media?”

26.02.2019 - 16:59 [ Spectator.co.uk ]

Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit betrayal is complete

He has betrayed his party’s own manifesto in the 2017 general election, which promised to respect the outcome of the referendum. He has betrayed his old Labour mentors, most notably his hero Tony Benn, who was the left’s most articulate critic of the EU. And he has betrayed himself. He has betrayed his own longstanding and correct belief that the EU is an illiberal, undemocratic, anti-worker outrage of an institution. Has any politician ever betrayed so many people in such a short space of time?

26.02.2019 - 16:49 [ Express.co.uk ]

Labour’s Brexit BETRAYAL: Corbyn to SUPPORT second EU referendum and back REMAIN

Asked if that stance would put her on the “same side as Jeremy Corbyn”, Ms Thornberry replied: “Yeah. Of course.

“If there’s a choice between a disastrous Tory Brexit or no deal and Remaining, then that is what we will have to do.”

Labour’s 2017 manifesto says the party “accepts the referendum result” and will fight for “a Brexit deal that delivers for all regions and nations of the UK”.

26.02.2019 - 16:48 [ BBC ]

Theresa May offers MPs Brexit delay vote

The prime minister said she will put her withdrawal agreement – including any changes she has agreed with the EU – to a meaningful vote by 12 March.

If that fails, MPs will be offered two separate votes:

One, on the following day, on whether MPs support a no-deal Brexit – so the UK would „only leave without a deal on 29 March if there is explicit consent in the House for that outcome“
If that fails, then MPs will get a vote by 14 March on requesting an extension to the two-year Article 50 negotiation process to delay EU withdrawal beyond 29 March

26.02.2019 - 13:57 [ Zac Goldsmith, Abgeordneter im britischen House of Commons / Twitter ]

But what is supposed to happen afterwards, when people realise with total certainty that their ‘vote’ – the one and only means they have to influence their democracy – is essentially worthless? That political promises have zero value? /3

26.02.2019 - 13:46 [ Brendan Chilton ‏/ Twitter ]

Mark my words- WE IN LABOUR WILL NOT SEE POWER FOR TEN YEARS OR MORE. Yes, the Europhile globalists that dominate the party will be delighted because they can afford another decade of Tory government. For Labour, the Peoples flag is no longer red, its blue with yellow stars.

26.02.2019 - 13:45 [ Brendan Chilton ‏/ Twitter ]

The Europhiles have captured the Labour Party. Labour will now back a second referendum- while the hubris of metropolitan Labour will be comfortably satisfied having totally reneged on a solid manifesto pledge, the country will suffer decades of Tory government. Well done.

26.02.2019 - 13:33 [ Financial Times ]

Europhile MPs rally support for Brexit no-deal amendment

Yvette Cooper, a senior Labour MP, and Sir Oliver Letwin, a senior Conservative MP, have been rallying support for a proposal that would force the government to hand power to parliament if no UK-EU withdrawal deal has been approved by March 13.
Under the proposal, which is set to be tabled as an amendment on Wednesday, the government would be legally obliged to offer MPs the option of requesting an extension in the Article 50 exit process beyond March 29.

26.02.2019 - 13:28 [ John Mann, Abgeordneter im britischen House of Commons / Twitter ]

Most Labour MPs ducking the question, would they support a Labour Brexit or remain in their proposed referendum . Keir Starmer will want to be first to make this crystal clear.

26.02.2019 - 13:21 [ PoliticsHome.com ]

Labour MP tells Jeremy Corbyn: Backing referendum will stop you becoming Prime Minister

Brexit-backing backbencher John Mann said the decision to endorse a so-called „People’s Vote“ would infuriate Leave supporters in the Midlands and north of England.

At a meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party on Monday evening, the Bassetlaw MP told Mr Corbyn: „This decision will stop you being Prime Minister.“

26.02.2019 - 13:12 [ Trade Unionists Against the EU ‏/ Twitter ]

So a choice between ‚No Brexit‘ and ‚Brexit in Name Only‘. Bad move, Labour. You are risking the support of millions of ordinary voters. Stop trying to undo democracy. Start respecting the referendum result.

26.02.2019 - 13:04 [ Michael Calderbank #GTTO / Twitter ]

Tommy Robinson and Nigel Farage will be licking their lips at the prospect of Labour swimming behind a 2nd referendum/Remain

26.02.2019 - 12:59 [ Leave.EU / Twitter ]

A government committed to postponing Brexit and an opposition now disgracefully backing yet another vote. 17.4 million Brexiteers are politically homeless. The people have been ignored, the betrayal is almost complete.

Help us fight to save Brexit at leave.eu/get-involved

26.02.2019 - 12:50 [ Richard Tice / Twitter ]

Govt ministers openly calling for Brexit “delay” (code for Remain) and Labour backing second referendum. The betrayal is here. The people will not tolerate it….

26.02.2019 - 12:11 [ Michael J. Fell ‏/ Twitter ]

Labour has also said the party will support a cross-party amendment, proposed by Labour’s Yvette Cooper and Tory MP Sir Oliver Letwin, designed to rule out the prospect of a no-deal exit.

BBC News – Labour prepared to back new Brexit referendum

03.02.2019 - 13:17 [ Independent.co.uk ]

Theresa May given boost with seven point Tory poll lead as Jeremy Corbyn calls for snap general election

The Labour Party slumped by six points from 40 per cent to 34 per cent in the past fortnight, according to a survey by Opinium for The Observer, seeing them leapfrogged by the Conservatives who went from 37 per cent to 41 per cent.

03.02.2019 - 13:12 [ theSun.co.uk ]

SECOND’S OUT: Theresa May vows there will never be a second referendum in defiant message to Brexit-wrecker MPs

She declared: “The leaders of the campaign for a second referendum had the chance to put their plan before the House of Commons a few days ago.

“But they recognised there is no majority in this Parliament to hold another vote. Indeed, I believe there never will be.”

30.01.2019 - 08:03 [ Brendan Chilton, @LabourFutureUK ‏/ Twitter ]

Well done .@gareth_snell @RogerGodsiff @KateHoeyMP @JohnMannMP @CarolineFlintMP @LauraSmithMP @IanAustinMP @KevinBarronMP @FitzMP @jarrowstevemp @rosie4westlancs and Dennis Skinner MP and Ronnie Campbell MP for voting against Yvette Coopers amendment to halt Brexit.#TrueDemocrats

30.01.2019 - 07:59 [ Alex Wickham / Twitter ]

14 Labour MPs voted against Cooper amendment

Austin
Barron
Campbell
Cooper, R
Fitzpatrick
Flint
Godsiff
Hepburn
Hoey
Mann
Skinner
Smith, L
Snell
Stringer