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Published on Jan 3, 2020
After three long years, two elections and a fractured country in its wake, the Withdrawal Agreement Bill has been backed by MPs and the UK is set to leave the EU on 31 January 2020.
MPs will be back at the House of Commons on Tuesday afternoon 7th January.
Expect some more clashes between UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Back in July, then new Prime Minister Boris Johnson humiliated Jeremy Corbyn during a Brexit debate in Commons.
"I remind the right hon. Gentleman that for 44 of its 71 years of glorious existence, the NHS has benefited from Conservative policies and Conservative government, because we understand that unless we support wealth creation, unless we believe in British business, British enterprise and British industry, we will not have the funds; unless we have a strong economy, we will not be able to pay for a fantastic NHS. That is a lesson that the right hon. Gentleman simply does not get."
"Did anybody notice the terrible metamorphosis that took place, like the final scene of “Invasion of the Bodysnatchers”?
At last, this long-standing Eurosceptic, the right hon. Gentleman, has been captured. He has been jugulated—he has been reprogrammed by his hon. Friends. He has been turned now into a remainer! Of all the flip-flops that he has performed in his tergiversating career, that is the one for which I think he will pay the highest price."