British Lawmakers Advance Bill Allowing Brexit Cancellation
They say it keeps trade flowing after the transition period ends and would only be used if a deal on Northern Ireland's border can't be reached.
Britain's House of Commons approved legislation Tuesday allowing ministers to renege on a Brexit deal with the European Union.
Lawmakers say it's a necessary additional clause.
They say it keeps trade flowing after the transition ends and would only be used if a deal on Northern Ireland's border can't be reached.
The EU has threatened to sue over the added clause. The bill now heads to the House of Lords.
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