Boris Johnson has had a major feud with lawmakers, including many Conservatives, when they discuss controversial proposals that would allow the government to abandon key parts of the deal to get rid of Brexit. Parliamentarians are preparing to vote on the government’s plan, which would allow them to change or set aside the agreed rules for the movement of goods in Britain and Northern Ireland. The government has agreed that these proposals would violate international law. This has led to widespread criticism that some major conservatives have refused to help. However, Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has defended the plan, calling it an emergency Brexit “insurance policy” if the EU acts unreasonably in its current talks on a future trade deal. Clive Myrie presents the main political correspondent Ten Vicki Young on BBC News. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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