The government has backed down from its dealings with Conservative MPs over breach of international law over a controversial piece of legislation that would go beyond the Brexit withdrawal agreement reached with Brussels. Ministers have agreed on a compromise that will allow parliamentarians to vote before using new powers. The deal seeks to prevent a damaging Conservative uprising, saying a breach of the international treaty agreed to by Boris Johnson would do much damage to the UK’s reputation. Huw Edwards presents political editor Laura Kuenssberg at BBC News Ten. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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