Britain’s House of Commons nods for bill giving powers to break Brexit treaty

Despite the threat of legal action from Brussels and unrest within the governing Conservative Party, Britain’s House of Commons, on September 29, gave its nod to the bill that would give Ministers the power to break its deal with the European Union (EU).

The UK Internal Market Bill which would allow the Ministers to break the divorce deal with EU, after it was approved with 340 votes in favour has now been passed to the House of Lords for debate.

The bill seeks to provide and protect a free trade between Britain’s four nations after a Brexit transition period comes to an end. At the same time, the move has soured ties with Brussels just as time is running out to reach a deal on their long-term friendship.

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