However you voted, yeah or nay, it was a waste of time. Johnson is putting new legislation forward that will override parts of the agreement.
'Political figures have described the government's reported plan to rip up the Brexit withdrawal agreement as a "treacherous betrayal" enacted by "charlatans".
Boris Johnson is planning new legislation that would override key parts of the agreement - the treaty that sealed Britain's exit from the EU in January - in a move that could risk collapsing trade talks, the Financial Times (FT) has reported.
Michel Barnier, Brussels' chief Brexit negotiator, responded cautiously saying the UK wants "the best of two worlds".'