The British Parliament removes the last of the procedural obstacles to BREXIT:
Theresa May has finally won the power to trigger Article 50 after peers backed down and passed the Brexit Bill after two crucial votes in the Commons earlier. MPs followed orders to delete an amendment on guaranteeing the rights of EU nationals, backing the Government 335 to 287, majority 48.Nationalists around the world can only be pleased to see the British people regaining their sovereignty and independence. There can be no doubt that the 200-year trend towards globalization has been reversed.
The Commons also defeated the second amendment on the timetabling of votes at the end of the negotiation by a majority of 45. Peers then debated the deletions but did not offer any further resistance. It means the historic legislation will be law by tomorrow.