REPORT: MPs may try to steal Brexit from British people – Liam Fox
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There is a risk MPs could “steal Brexit from the British people” if Theresa May’s proposed deal is rejected, a senior cabinet minister has warned.
Liam Fox said there was “natural Remain majority” in Parliament and any attempt to overturn the 2016 referendum vote would be a “democratic affront”.
The article goes on to state the following:
It came after MPs voted to exert more influence should the PM’s deal fall.
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