Brexit | Workers' rights to be 'ripped up' in new deal

Workers' rights to be 'ripped up' in new deal

Earlier this week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed his iteration of the so-called ‘deal’ between the UK and the EU over the UK’s exit from the union.

The deal, which unlike that negotiated by former PM Theresa May, was voted through parliament with a working majority of 19 (almost entirely Labour) ministers. However, the coupled legislation seeking to force through the deal in just three parliamentary sittings was shot down – effectively putting an end to the PM’s hopes of securing the legislation needed to leave on the current deadline of October 31 2019.

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