internal market bill

Ministers make concessions on UK Internal Market Bill after heavy Lords defeats
Peers start parliamentary ping pong over moves to restore powers for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Fresh Lords showdown looms as Tory MPs overturn peers bids to uphold treaty law.
UK and EU negotiators are in last-ditch negotiations Downing Street sources have described as the "last throw of the dice".
PM calls it a “power surge”, Sturgeon calls it a “power grab”. But the Internal Market Bill may be left to wither and die.
PM on collision course with Joe Biden and EU if he pushes ahead with "lamentable" proposals.
Labour's Lord Falconer tells HuffPost UK internal market bill could cost Britain a "terrible price" with peers set to defeat government.
Company set up by former PM received more than £180,000 in September alone.