OE: Indicative votes won’t give the UK much certainty over Brexit
27 Mar 2019 12:51 PM
Following a successful amendment on Monday, MPs will vote on a series of potential Brexit options in so-called “indicative votes." Open Europe's Stephen Booth and Aarti Shankar argue this process is unlikely to give the UK much certainty for the future UK-EU relationship.
With the Government unable to command a majority for the third “meaningful vote” on the package it has negotiated with the EU, MPs will now vote on a series of potential Brexit options in so-called “indicative votes”. The options could range from a No Deal Brexit at one end of the spectrum to revoking Article 50 on the other, with various shades of negotiated Brexit “deals” in between.
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