The Trump-Kim summit looks to have gone without a hitch, let’s hope the same is the case for Mrs May in Westminster.
The concession to the rebels that Parliament will negotiate for a ‘customs arrangement’ rather than a ‘customs union’ should be enough to see the Government through unscathed, as MPs consider the House of Lords’ 196 amendments to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill today and tomorrow.
Let’s hope the MPs respect the will of the people, from all political backgrounds, who voted to leave.
EU Withdrawal Bill: What are MPs voting on and when? | BrexitCentral
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill returns to the Commons today and tomorrow, with the Government scheduling two days to debate and vote principally on the removal of most of the 15 amendments on which it was defeated in the House of Lords (14 at Report