CAROLINE FLINT was heckled by members of her own party when announcing she would not vote against the Government’s EU Withdrawal Bill. The Labour MP spoke in the House of Commons ahead of tonight’s vote and said she could not “block” the legislation. The MP for Don Valley will defy party leader Jeremy Corbyn when she abstains from the vote to help push through the Bill, which aims to remove all EU law and transfer it into UK law. The former Europe minister, from 2008 to 2009, said she would stick by the Brexit message she gave her constituents in June’s General Election. She said: “In that General Election I told Don Valley voters when Britain leaves the European Union I will work for a deal that works for Doncaster. If you respect the result of the will of the British people you are honour-bound to see [Brexit] through.
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