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It has been a rough week for the government.
They began well when they successfully passed the Brexit bill unamended, against a strong opposition in the House of Lords and a nominal one in the Commons.
It was then all overshadowed by the announcement by Scotland's government that they want to hold a second referendum on independence and then the main revenue raiser of their budget had to be dropped.
To add to this, on Thursday the government's website 'A plan for Britain', became suboptimal.
Labour MP David Lammy shared this grab of the site.
Just tried to look at the "Plan for Britain" website. It is broken. No words. https://t.co/NaLTcuui5h — David Lammy (@David Lammy)
indy100's top investigative team also tried to access the site.
We were greeted with the same message.
Perhaps the 'new web address' is to outside the European Union, and this is all just preparation for article 50.
The problem seems to be intermittent.
For some visitors to the site, after waiting, the page did eventually load.
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