This Article is part of a series of pieces on Brexit Central from European Scrutiny Committee Chair Sir Bill Cash analysing the Lord’s amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill. Sir Bill Cash explains why it would be wrong for any Conservative MPs to vote for any of the key amendments passed by the Lords. Please read the article here.
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