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Still searching reportage for language in the bill describing a penalty for non-compliance by either party to the A.50 in force or A.50 exit attributed to EU rejection of any UK requested extension. Would UK parliament sanction itself or EU gov or randomly selected sovereign state?

Brexit vote: Parliament passes bill to prevent UK crashing out of EU without deal

The Commons backed a series of Lords amendments to the European Union (Withdrawal) (No 5) Act after it was rushed through both Houses of Parliament. MPs accepted the final Lords amendment to the Cooper-Letwin bill by 390 votes to 81, with a majority 309.

The bill was amended by peers to state that nothing in it prevented the prime minister from "seeking or agreeing" an extension, provided it was not earlier than 22 May.

So what version of the Cooper bill is on now?

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by Cat on Tue Apr 9th, 2019 at 03:54:32 PM EST
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