In an interview with the BBC on Sunday, the British prime minister Theresa May vowed to protect Brexit from parliament. Meanwhile, Tory backbenchers are threatening to bring down her government.
“We need to recognize the role of parliament but ensure that the government’s hands can’t be tied in negotiations and that parliament does not overturn the will of the people,” May told the BBC on Sunday.
However, the Conservative member of Parliament Dominic Grieve told the BBC that he fears a “no dea...

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