By Michael O'Sullivan
Last week we learnt that Jeremy Corbyn would be enforcing a three line whip on all Labour MP’s, making it very difficult for them to rebel and vote against the triggering of Article 50.
Although many Labour Brexiteers were pleased with this decision, it didn’t seem to be a politically astute move, based on the very fluid problems facing the Labour leader. Given that the indication is that the bill will likely pass the house with only a handful (if that) of Tory MP’s likely to vote against the triggering of Article 50, then perhaps Mr Corbyn should have allowed his MPs a free vote on this national issue of conscience?
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