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The Brexit bill is back in Parliament, but the UK government hopes not for long. The legislation being debated in the Lower House Monday.>> This bill has a simple purpose, and that is to allow the Prime Minister to notify under Article 50, and start the two year negotiation process.
>> On the table, changes demanded by the Upper House, including a Parliamentary vote on any deal. MPs are being urged by the government to reject the changes. And Reuters, says the House of Lords is unlikely to prove problematic again.>> The Lords isn't gonna cause any additional obstructions, I think the belief is there that they've made their point about what issues are important.
The government has sort of acknowledged these issues, but Lords is unelected chamber, so it's not gonna hold it out for too much longer. And then we're looking at Tuesday morning, when maybe royal assent can be provided.>> Hear.>> Whips now pressing dissenting lawmakers to get on board.
But outside Parliament, a small band of protesters where making the opposing argument, saying the government is silencing legitimate concerns. Now, Article 50 could be triggered as soon as Tuesday, beginning two years of talks.