Politics: Downing Street “sure” only 20 Conservative MPs would vote against Brexit agreement in crunch vote 2023

It has been alleged that Downing Street is now “confident” that just a maximum of twenty Conservative Members of Parliament will vote against the Brexit plan proposed by Rishi Sunak when it is presented to a crucial vote in the House of Commons the following week.

According to TalkTV, Number 10 has come to the conclusion that a significant revolt would not materialize, and as a result, the decision has been made to hold the vote on the Windsor Framework on Wednesday.

When the Conservative MP Alec Shelbrooke was asked if the number 20 seemed accurate, he responded by telling the announcer, “I think they are about about right.” I have a feeling that there is a core group that is completely opposed to making any kind of concessions, but there is no getting around the requirement that you respect the Good Friday Agreement.

“I am of the opinion that the Prime Minister has done an excellent job with this arrangement. I believe that it was something that a lot of people didn’t think we would be able to do.

He continued by saying, “Both the public and Parliament want this matter to be resolved as quickly as possible.” I believe there are some Japanese troops who still do not believe the war is done, but I believe that there are very, very few of them presently.

The European Research Group of Tory Brexiteers has not yet delivered its final verdict on the deal proposed by the Prime Minister, which is intended to address concerns regarding the arrangements to be made at the border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom in the aftermath of Brexit.

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