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12 June 2018, 02:42 | Devin Moran
Theresa May could be facing her biggest challenge yet
Ahead of the EU Withdrawal Bill's return to the House of Commons on Tuesday, Theresa May warned Conservative backbenchers against allowing House of Lords amendments to the legislation to stand.
"I am trying to negotiate the best deal for Britain", she said according to The Times.
Hours before the debate started, a justice minister who has always been critical of the handling of Brexit, resigned in protest at what he called the government's "wish to limit" the role of lawmakers in shaping Brexit and said he would vote against the prime minister.
The Prime Minister was forced to mollify different parts of her party - including those arch Brexiteers who would rather the United Kingdom crashed out of the European Union with no deal than the government agree to a soft Brexit, as well as rebellious Conservative MPs who want the public to have another vote on what Brexit will look like.
May, who lost her party's majority at an ill-judged election a year ago, made a last-ditch appeal to lawmakers on Monday and Davis sent a letter making the same case - vote against the government and risk tying Britain's hands in the Brexit talks. On Wednesday, it will debate an amendment instructing the government to negotiate a customs union with the EU.
"Whatever we do, we're not going to reverse that", Davis told BBC radio.
What the end of ‘net neutrality’ means for your internet use
ISPs would only be punished by the FCC if they fail to disclose what the commission used to consider net neutrality violations. With Net Neutrality coming to an end, there are fewer rules governing how internet service providers can operate.
Net neutrality repeal takes effect Monday
FCC chairman Ajit Pai joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he thinks the rollback is "tremendously positive" for consumers. As a result, the internet could become more like the TV networks, where you pay for different packages of internet services.
Tyson Fury wins comeback after opponent is retired
In his exile, Fury has not lost his off-beat sense of humour and it is another trait that appeals to fight fans and beyond. Seferi (23-2), a career cruiserweight, tried in vain to reach Fury's head with sluggish right uppercuts.