The law that annuls part of the Brexit agreement passes the first parliamentary test | World

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The controversial law on the internal market, which the British government intends to approve contrary to what was agreed with the European Union in the Brexit agreement, easily passed its first parliamentary test on Monday, although it will still face new obstacles.

With the support of 340 deputies and the rejection of 263, Prime Minister Boris Johnson asserted his large absolute majority in the House of Commons (low), but failed to stop the growing chorus of voices within his own party who denounces that the bill violates international law.

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