EU justice measures backed by MPs despite anger over procedure
The government has won its bid to sign up again to 35 EU justice measures - including the European Arrest Warrant - following a dramatic Commons vote.
But ministers were accused of breaking a promise to hold a vote on the warrant itself.
The debate ended early when Labour lost its attempt to use a rare Parliamentary procedure to postpone the decision.
Earlier, Commons Speaker John Bercow said people would be "contemptuous" of the government's tactics.
Ben Wright reports.
10 Nov 2014
- From the section UK Politics