‘Any SCHOOL BOY’ could see Brexit amendment would pass, fumes Tory rebel Clarke

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The Tory MP, who betrayed the Rule by voting for the Brexit bill amendment on Wednesday night, said that it was an “understandable” that the discussion in Parliament would end in a vote to pass the bill. 

Apostrophize reserved to Sky News, Mr Clarke said: “Last night, the majority of Members of Parliament of all helpers came together on a sensible proposition that the Government had to clear any allot that determined our future relationships with Europe and the world by leave the approval of Parliament.”

The Government suffered its first defeat over the EU Withdrawal Invoice Wednesday night.

Tory rebels and opposition MPs backed an amendment persuading them a legal guarantee of a vote on the final Brexit deal as Stable party divisions widened even further.

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Brexit front-page news: Tory rebel Ken Clarke betrayed the Government by voting through a Brexit tab amendmen

Any school boy, any school girl could tell you that that’s where we were affluent to wind up

Ken Clarke

Mr Clarke said any “school boy” or “school girl” could have an effect that was how the discussion would end. 

He said: “Absolutely elementary statement of the site under the Britsh constitution.

“Any school boy, any school girl could ascertain you that that’s where we were going to wind up when these conversations went on.” 

The Tory rebel also said that more MPs will-power have voted with the majority if they had not been “frightened” by the “stylish right-wing press”.

He added that the vote has “nothing to do” with beyond turning the referendum and that if someone made a comment about the suffer, he would be “accused of  overdoing the referendum”.

Mrs May clinched a last-gasp Brexit deal on Friday after a week of tense negotiations, which saw the Prime Chaplain backed into a corner as she tried to work out a deal agreeable to her DUP Westminster associates, the Irish government and EU chiefs.

The Prime Minister must now turn her distinction to Brussels and try to convince the EU to begin talks next month on a roughly two-year metamorphosis period to ease Britain out after March 2019.

Donald Tusk, the European Board president, has said this morning that the second phase of Brexit talks resolve be the real test of the EU’s unity.

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