The Guardian reports the latest comments from Julian Smith., the Chief Whip of the UK PM May’s Conservative Party, as he warns the cabinet ministers that, if MPs reject the UK PM Theresa May’s deal a second time next week, parliament would take control and force a softer Brexit.
He suggested that a softer Brexit would then emerge as the majority view in parliament, through a process of “indicative votes”.
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