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MPs debate customs and single market amendments to EU withdrawal bill – Politics live

SNP MPs walk out of Commons in protest over Brexit debatePMQs verdict: resilient May sees off Corbyn’s attempts at ridiculeHow MPs are voting on the EU withdrawal bill amendments – at a glance 2.19pm BST Starmer explains why Labour is committed to the Lords amendment saying that, if ministers want to reduce rights guaranteed by EU law relating to employment rights, equality, consumer standards, health and safety or the environment after Brexit after Brexit, they should only be able to do so using primary legislation.He says this is necesary because...

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Published By: theguardian.com - Wednesday, 13 June