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That would be a constitutional matter: how Parliament could try to take control of the Brexit process—and what would happen next

There are various ways that Parliament could try to gain greater control of Brexit. But they'd still have to decide what they want

By Alice Lilly  

The relationship between Parliament and the Government could shift. Photo: PA

The Government is widely expected to lose today’s vote in the Commons on its Brexit deal—a vote that has been already delayed since before Christmas. If the Prime Minister’s plan is voted down, then the Government is obliged to set out its Plan B to Parliament before Monday.

What is less clear is what that plan will involve—or how MPs will react to it. It is likely that Parliament will continue to try and take control…

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