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Vote On Windsor Framework Instrument ~1415GMT-Speaker's Office


Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Lindsay Hoyle's office has stated that the vote on a statutory instrument related to the Windsor framework deal is expected at around 1415GMT (1015ET/1515CET). While the vote will pass due to Labour support, PM Rishi Sunak could find himself in the politically vulnerable position of needing the opposition votes due to a sizeable backbench Conservative rebellion.

  • Former PMs Boris Johnson and Liz Truss are set to vote against the instrument that sets provisions for the implementation of the 'Stormont brake' within the framework. For more detail on the rebellion see our 0859GMT bullet:

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