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    Boris Johnson went on to comfortably win his first Commons battle over the Internal Market Bill, but rebels believe many MPs have simply decided to “hold their fire” until an amendment from Sir Bob Neill. On Tuesday afternoon, MPs will debate on Northern Ireland matters. For the latest developments, click here:

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