Regional News • Europe • United Kingdom
2020-10-21T09:30:01+00:00

British House of Lords rejects Single Market Act by a large majority

British House of Lords rejects Single Market Act by a large majority
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Credit: Annie Mole (Creative Commons Attribution 2.0)

The British House of Lords rejected the Single Market Act by a large majority. It voted 395 to 169 against the draft. If the law passes at a later point Boris Johnson's government could use the law to cancel parts of the exit agreement between London and the EU.

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