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23 Dec 2020

Politics and Society

Senior research fellow Jill Rutter, explains whether the deal could be scuppered by parliament. She argues that since the Labour Party are not going to be to voting against any deal, it’s unlikely any rebellion on the government’s own back benches will make any real difference.

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