Parliament acting, but no Parliament Act

The Government’s intention to extend this session of Parliament to two years (rather than the usual one) is partly designed to help see through the Brexit process. It also takes one tool out of the Government’s kitbag – to use the Parliament Act, whereby the Commons overrules opposition from the Lords, a Bill needs to be presented in two different sessions with at least one year in between each attempt.

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