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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Speaker John Bercow rejects further Brexit votes without changes to motion. "He's breaking the constitution" - quite the accusation, laid at the door of John Bercow's grand Speaker's apartments. It's notable because it's the view of a government minister who is not one of those whose pulse quickens when discussing leaving or trying to stay in the European Union. There is, of course, precedent in the very well-thumbed copies of Erskine May, the parliamentary rules, for the Speaker's decision. Quoting decisions as far back as 1604, John Bercow was quite clear that governments are not meant to be able to keep asking Parliament the sam... Full story

18 March

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