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How parliament plans to pull back from the Brexit cliff-edge

Updated : April 02, 2019 07:25 PM IST

To pass legislation, the group of lawmakers pushing the plan need to secure time in parliament to debate and vote on it. The government usually has sole control over what is discussed in parliament.
The Commons requires legislation to pass through several stages of voting and revisions. This process can take months, but can also be compressed. Laws have previously passed through in a day when necessary.
Leaving without a deal on April 12 is the default legal option if Britain cannot present another viable option to EU leaders at that summit.
How parliament plans to pull back from the Brexit cliff-edge

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