An UK-EU treaty would be debated by both parliamentary chambers

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October 26, 2016 18:04

 
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If Britain's renegotiation of its relationship with the European Union results in a new treaty, that will be examined by both houses of parliament, junior Brexit minister David Jones said on Wednesday.

"At the end of the process, if in fact the negotiation culminates in a treaty (...) the treaty itself will be debated in both houses, and both houses will have the opportunity to debate on the outcome of the negotiations," he told a committee of lawmakers.

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