UK lawmakers reject attempt to give parliament greater say over Brexit terms Earlier this month the upper house of parliament attached a condition to legislation giving Prime Minister Theresa May the power to trigger the formal divorce process, requiring her to get parliament’s approval for any exit deal.
That was overturned by members of the lower house on Monday, who voted by 331 to 286 to remove the amendment. The legislation is due to pass back to the upper house later on Monday for its approval.
MPs have voted against major changes to the Brexit Bill introduced by the House of Lords.
Peers had added amendments to the law designed to guarantee the rights of EU nationals living in the UK, and to demand parliament would get a ‘meaningful’ vote on the final terms.
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