Nuclear defeat: Lords vote for Euratom withdrawal 'backstop'

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Nuclear defeat: Lords vote for Euratom withdrawal 'backstop'

Government plans to leave European nuclear agreement after Brexit suffer setback as Peers vote through amendment that would allow for a pause until alternative arrangements are agreed

The government has suffered a setback to its Brexit plans, after the House of Lords yesterday voted through an amendment that would potentially put a pause on the UK's exit from the Euratom nuclear agreement....

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