British House of Commons adopts controversial Northern Ireland bill

The British House of Commons voted in favor of the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol Bill at its third reading on Wednesday evening. The planned law is intended to allow London to unilaterally suspend the Brexit agreements on the British province. The EU had previously expressed extreme concern about the plan and threatened consequences.

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