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Maybe not: Parliament curbs prime minister's powers ahead of Brexit vote

There's been so much grandstanding over Brexit that it's easy to overlook the significance of Tuesday's session of the House of Commons. In living memory, good luck finding another instance where a sitting prime minister was voted down three times - including a contempt of parliament motion against Theresa May ordering full disclosure on negotiations. Has power now swung back to Westminster?


Produced by Charles WENTE, Alessandro XENOS and Jimena MORALES-VELASCO.

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