Watch again: UK parliament speaker refuses to allow 'yes-no' vote on Brexit deal

Watch again: UK parliament speaker refuses to allow 'yes-no' vote on Brexit deal

The UK government says its bill to implement the new Brexit deal will go before parliament on Monday. Opposition Labour lawmakers plan significant changes.
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