Landmark Brexit Bill passed

Keir Starmer

Greening said leaving the European Union would only be sustainable if it worked for young people, suggesting they could mobilise in future against a hard Brexit.

Ms Greening, who left the Cabinet after declining a move from her role as education secretary during Theresa May's recent reshuffle, added that future generations of MPs could seek to "improve or undo" what the current cohort implements.

"The bottom line is that looking ahead if Brexit doesn't work for young people in our country, in the end it will not be sustainable".

"The Government has not accepted any of the points that the opposition have made: they have conceded some ground on their own side - they have not taken seriously the propositions and the arguments that we have put forward on this side and that is unusual in my experience of dealing with Bills".

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The text, which was passed by 324 votes to 295, will enable the United Kingdom to continue on a "business as usual" basis after Brexit, scheduled for March 29th, 2019.

The 48 Labour MPs - about one in five of the Parliamentary Labour Party - voted against the party whip despite being urged to abstain in advice from the leadership.

These included former shadow transport minister Daniel Zeichner, and other former front benchers like Chris Bryant, Ben Bradshaw and Chuka Umunna. That will go on until early April followed by report stage later that month and...

Commenting on Wednesday night's vote, Brexit Secretary David Davis said: "We are pleased that the bill has successfully completed this stage of its passage through Parliament. This is a critical piece of legislation that aims to maximise certainty for individuals and businesses after our exit". It will be debated by the House of Lords from the end of January.

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