Government narrowly sees off Tory revolt over anti-genocide trade deal law


But BBC Newsnight political editor Nick Watt said that by securing large, but not overwhelming, support for Lord Alton’s amendment in the Commons, the rebels hope the government will accept Mr Duncan Smith’s own amendment – which would give the Commons the right to debate whether trade deals can be halted if genocide is proven.



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