9/29/2020, 9:48 PM (Source: TeleTrader)
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Internal Market Bill passes UK's House of Commons

The Downing Street-proposed Internal Market Bill passed the House of Commons on Tuesday and will now move on to the House of Lords for approval.

The bill was supported by 340 MPs while 256 voted against the legislation.

The European Union and member states have been highly critical of the piece of legislation in the UK as it can void certain parts of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill. Earlier, Germany asked the UK not to "play games" and European Council President Charles Michel described London as a part of an "arc of instability" for the bloc.

Breaking the News / VP