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MDespite the expected rebellion of many Tory MPs against London’s refusal to live up to its legal commitments, this controversial legislation had to be passed in light of the overwhelming parliamentary majority enjoyed by the British right.

In a common column published in the Sunday weekly Sunday Times on the eve of the first reading vote, two former prime ministers, Tory John Major (1990-1997) and Labor Tony Blair (1997-2007), called on MPs to oppose the Home Market Bill described as “irresponsible, bad in principle and dangerous in its application”. Boris Johnson was nice to explain that this call for disobedience was the fact of “have been” who had supported the maintenance in the European Union during the referendum of 2016, the latter received the support of the former leader tory, Michael Howard, Straightforward Brexitor.

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