UK: Government suffers second Brexit defeat in Lords

Source: BBC [UK state media]

"The government has suffered a second Brexit defeat in the House of Lords as peers backed, by 366 votes to 268, calls for a 'meaningful' parliamentary vote on the final terms of withdrawal. Ministers said it was disappointing and they would seek to overturn the move when the bill returns to the Commons. Lord Heseltine, one of 13 Tory peers to rebel, said he had been sacked as a government adviser on regional growth. The previous defeat was on the issue of guaranteeing the rights of EU citizens." (03/07/17)

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