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Boris Johnson bows to Tory rebels with Brexit bill compromise

PM to grant Commons vote on when to invoke powers to breach withdrawal agreement

Conservative rebels have forced Boris Johnson into an embarrassing climbdown, with the PM brokering a deal to see off a potential party revolt over a bill that would break international law.

After two days of private negotiations, the prime minister agreed to grant MPs a vote about when to invoke controversial powers in the UK internal market bill that would breach the EU withdrawal agreement.

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