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Daily Telegraph 'Brexit mutineers' front page has backfired, say MPs
15 November 2017, 02:51 | Glen Norman
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Ms Soubry also hit out at a Daily Telegraph front page labelling her, Mr Lefroy and other prominent Tory critics of the legislation "the Brexit mutineers".
Another, Anna Soubry, said it was a "blatant piece of bullying" and insisted none of those named wanted to delay or thwart Brexit.
Nick then put the words of fellow Tory MP Bernard Jenkin, who said that anyone who votes against enshrining the date of Brexit in law must answer allegations that they want to stop Brexit.
On Twitter, Conservative minister Alistair Burt attacked the paper, saying: "Fabulous collection of some of the best MPs in the country.
Tory MPs trying to stop a damaging Brexit criticise 'bullying' newspaper front page
But we want a proper Brexit, one that works for jobs and industry, that's what we're trying to get".
"The role of MPs is not to be lobby fodder but to scrutinise legislation", tweeted Antoinette Sandbach, referring to the lobby areas in which lawmakers vote.
Criticism of the bill was initially focused on its provisions to give powers to ministers to amend the European Union law as it is moved across.
They argue that the move will limit the Prime Minister's flexibility if negotiations with Brussels drag on until the last minute.
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"My parliamentary colleagues have honest suggestions to improve the bill which we are working through and I respect them for that".
Britain trigged the two-year Article 50 process of leaving the European Union on March 29 this year, but this can be extended if all 28 European Union member states including Britain agree.
The government were "boxing themselves into a corner" in using the bill to specify the exact date and time of Brexit - 23:00 GMT on 29 March 2019 - he said, because the United Kingdom would be "hamstrung" if the negotiations needed to be extended at the last minute.
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Despite going behind, they knew an away goal without reply would take them through if they denied Australia any more goals. Jedinak then drilled in penalties after a handball by Bryan Acosta and foul by Johnny Palacios to seal victory.
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Workers were told that they "should not worry", a source added, and that soldiers were only there to protect the site. There is uncertainty as to where Zimbabwe will be going from now because the military are part of the old estate.