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Parliament returned this week and brought with it a continuation of the commotion in and outside of the House of Commons over Brexit. From the green benches to the College Green, the week's political events at Westminster left the nation in uncharted constitutional waters. Even before John Bercow, Speaker of the House, handed MPs a chance to change the Brexit timetable - and in doing so broke with centuries of historic precedent - Tory remainer Anna Soubry had already become the centre of a fierce debate around free speech, the right to political protest and the need for security for politicians beyond the walls of the Palace of Westminster.

Tom Harris wrote on Tuesday that intimidation and violence...

Parliament returned this week and brought with it a continuation of the commotion in and outside of the House of Commons over Brexit. From the green benches to the College Green, the week's political events at Westminster left the nation in uncharted constitutional waters. Even before John Bercow, Speaker of the House, handed MPs a chance to change the Brexit timetable - and in doing so broke with centuries of historic precedent - Tory remainer Anna Soubry had already become the centre of a fierce debate around free speech, the right to political protest and the need for security for politicians beyond the walls of the Palace of Westminster.

Tom Harris wrote on Tuesday that intimidation and violence...

Parliament returned this week and brought with it a continuation of the commotion in and outside of the House of Commons over Brexit. From the green benches to the College Green, the week's political events at Westminster left the nation in uncharted constitutional waters. Even before John Bercow, Speaker of the House, handed MPs a chance to change the Brexit timetable - and in doing so broke with centuries of historic precedent - Tory remainer Anna Soubry had already become the centre of a fierce debate around free speech, the right to political protest and the need for security for politicians beyond the walls of the Palace of Westminster.

Tom Harris wrote on Tuesday that intimidation and violence...

Parliament returned this week and brought with it a continuation of the commotion in and outside of the House of Commons over Brexit. From the green benches to the College Green, the week's political events at Westminster left the nation in uncharted constitutional waters. Even before John Bercow, Speaker of the House, handed MPs a chance to change the Brexit timetable - and in doing so broke with centuries of historic precedent - Tory remainer Anna Soubry had already become the centre of a fierce debate around free speech, the right to political protest and the need for security for politicians beyond the walls of the Palace of Westminster.

Tom Harris wrote on Tuesday that intimidation and violence...