Theresa May was accused of “rigging parliament” after she unveiled plans to rush her Brexit deal through the Commons.
The prime minister shocked MPs with a new move to bounce them into agreeing her proposals just days before the UK is due to quit the EU on March 29.
May revealed that she planned to tear up a law requiring a 21-day period of consultation for the ratification of any international treaty by the Commons.
The 2010 Constitutional Reform and Governance Act (CRAG) will be effectively suspended in forthcoming Brexit legislation to allow…
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