Confusion mounts as EU agrees three month 'flextension', government pushes for early election, and Parliament prepares for Environment Bill debate
The government is today scheduled to commence the second reading of its flagship Environment Bill, against a backdrop of full spectrum uncertainty over the immediate prospects for Number 10's Brexit plans....
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