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Internal video of side-impact tests shows that children could be injured or killed in Evenflo's “Big Kid” booster seats. But the company continued to market them as “side-impact tested.”

The consequences of unravelling the rule of law in the UK are profound and costly. If the UK government is unwilling to recognise this, parliament should - and remove the offending clauses of the Internal Market Bill. Read@RumaCHLaw 's analysis:

Internal video of side-impact tests shows that children could be injured or killed in Evenflo's “Big Kid” booster seats. But the company continued to market them as “side-impact tested.”

Members of the UK's House of Lords addressed an Oireachtas Committee about the controversial Internal Market Bill

AutoNation rode a recovering auto market and its own internal cost-cutting moves to post record profit in the third quarter

Britain has sovereign choices to make on #Brexit  and they will determine its future access to the EU’sinternal market, the chairman of the bloc’s leaders said, suggesting it is now up to London to break an impasse on negotiations

Lord Kinnoull tells Irish committee that internal market bill is scheduled to return to House of Commons next Monday with report stage and voting scheduled to go up to 23 November. The govt could at any stage introduce amendment to do away with the offending Brexit clauses.

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Kinnoull also tells Dail committee that peers have not answer to the 9 questions about the internal market bill they put to no 10 on 16 September which is "rare and and unusual"

Lord Wood reckons part 5 of internal market bill was move to appeal to Brexiters "it was signalling, don't worry if you don't like things that we may have to agree, because ultimately there will be a legislative provision which enables us to override things you don't like"

Irish parliamentary committee taking evidence from House of Lords peers at 9.15 on internal market bill after inflicting defeat yesterday Earl of Kinnoull, Baroness Couttie (C), Lord Faulkner (L), Lord Kerr (C/B), Lord Oates (LD) Lord Wood speaking

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in case you haven’t seen it here is today’s letter to @FT  from Britain’s five most senior bishops criticising the “disastrous precedent” of the internal market bill

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The Internal Market Bill is indefensible. It breaks international law. It is wrong and self-defeating for our country. Tonight I urged MPs to oppose it.

🚨 BREAKING: Labour just voted to side with the EU once again. 🥀 By voting against the UK Internal Market Bill – which will guarantee seamless trade between the home nations of the UK - they've shown they won’t stand up to Brussels or protect the United Kingdom from the SNP.

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@theresa_may  has just given perhaps the speech of her distinguished career, explaining why she cannot support the Internal Market Bill that seeks permission from MPs to breach international law. It will be quite something if most Conservative MPs simply ignore her.

BREAKING: Labour just voted to side with the EU in Parliament once again. We're the party that's standing up for the integrity of the entire UK. Our Internal Market Bill protects our Union, preserves peace in Northern Ireland & ensures unfettered trade across the whole country.

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My full speech in the second reading debate of the Internal Market Bill yesterday:

“The PM has said he wants to bring unity to the country... I therefore congratulate him on having in one short year united his five predecessors” Labour’s Ed Miliband says the Internal Market Bill is “trashing” the UK’s reputation

Here is a thread on the legal advice the European Commission has circulated to member states following the publication of the Internal Market Bill:

By biasing its internal electoral market the DNC selected the less competitive candidate defeating the purpose of running a primary.

The writing off of £13.4bn of NHS debt today makes a complete mockery of the whole Tory mock-privatisation of the NHS, most especially from 2012 on. Now let’s scrap the whole idea of the NHS internal market as well. Now is the time for the #NHS  to be national again

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