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Ed Miliband has begun his quixotic campaign to get the House of Commons to stop Brexit

Ed Miliband fired the first official shot in his quixotic personal war to derail Theresa May's "hard Brexit" plan today. Speaking from the backbenches, the former Labour leader stood up in the House of Commons and demanded that parliament have a vote on the Brexit package being prepared by the government before Article 50 is triggered. And he hinted at the outcome — that Prime Minister Theresa May would not be able to get a Brexit bill through the House of Commons if she were to dare try it.
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