Theresa May ‘confident’ about fourth vote, as Paul McKenna appointed Brexit Secretary.

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Theresa May 'confident' about fourth vote, as Paul McKenna appointed Brexit Secretary

Theresa May is looking to get her EU withdrawal bill voted on for an unprecedented fourth time within a parliamentary session.

Despite the fact that no one thinks she can get it passed. However, Mrs May wants to press ahead after what’s been described as a confidence boosting session with the famous hypnotist, Paul McKenna.

Meanwhile, restoration work on the Westminster Clock Tower continues.

Plans are being put in place to gather MPs on College Green to witness the next phase of the restoration of the Westminster clock tower when a huge crane will lift up the top clock section, disconnecting it from the lower section. As it is swung alternately to the east and the west the PM will deliver a speech that starts, “You are feeling sleepy, very sleepy.”

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