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Bulk of Tory MPs stand firm behind Northern Ireland protocol bill

Feared backlash fails to emerge despite leading Conservative warning of international law breach

Ministers believe they have largely muted Conservative opposition to the Northern Ireland protocol bill, even though one leading Conservative critic has said no MP should be voting for a breach of international law.

Leading opponents of Boris Johnson held off from publicly rejecting the legislation after it was published, despite the government’s fears beforehand that it would provoke a backlash.

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