Parliamentary challenges…fees and Brexit

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Imagine the following scenario.

  • First, a Prime Minister lacking a clear parliamentary majority feels obliged by electoral forces to bring a particular policy to Parliament for MPs to vote on.
  • This policy is a notable u-turn from her previous position.
  • The new policy is also an uneasy compromise. It does not satisfy proponents of the status quo in or beyond Parliament.
  • Nor does it satisfy the demands of the Opposition, even though they had previously called for comparable changes.
  • The Opposition say, if they were in power, they would implement a different bolder new policy that successfully…
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