The International Trade Secretary says “we seem to be losing our focus” on “deliver[ing] on what the British people voted for”.
The shadow brexit secretary says the “chances now of a deal that doesn’t have a backstop are very very slim”.
He argues that, rather than being “plotters”, MPs who are looking to stop “no deal” are addressing a “national crisis”.
The Labour MP’s reasoning is that the DUP won’t “put Corbyn, who has been a long-term friend of Sinn Fein, into Number 10”.
She calls that an “overblown” description, and says “it’s a strange sort of coup that starts with a whole lot of democratically elected members of Parliament”.
The former Brexit Secretary says “it’s not quite true to say I support no deal”.
“If this happens I’ll make sure there a political party with a list that I can be part of.”
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He calls for the Government to pursue a deal “a new partnership” based on “the Prime Minister’s vision at Lancaster House.”
He may not sway many voters outside Westminster, but he continues to command the Commons.
He tells the Prime Minister that it “will walk through the lobbies with her to vote this nonsense down.”
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“It would deepen division, when we need unity. It would bring chaos when we need certainty. And it would bring delay when we need to move forward.”
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“The EU may do that deal, it may not – either way, Britain is not in a position to deliver any further compromises.”
It will take place tomorrow. The DUP say that they will vote with the Conservatives.
She suggests further negotiations with the EU, will bring plans to the Commons next week – and says she is committed to deliver on the referendum result.
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“Parliament gave the people the choice”, the Prime Minister reminds the House ahead of the vote on her proposed deal.