He asked May to “tell us at least one action that is now taking place that wasn’t taking place last month”. The Prime Minister reported some letters had been sent.
WATCH: “Bringing back the same botched deal will not change its fundamental flaws” – Corbyn versus May
The Prime Minister replies that “the question Members of this House must ask themselves is whether they wish to deliver Brexit” or not.
He challenges the Prime Minister to call a vote on the matter (one that she will duly ignore).
The Prime Minister challenges her critics in the Commons, while telling them “I have listened.”
We all of us know more now that we did two years ago, she says at the start of Channel 4’s Brexit debate.
WATCH: Rees-Mogg – “Of the four politicians here, I am the only one who wants to stick with what was voted for.”
At the beginning of Channel 4’s Brexit debate, Rees-Mogg says that people voted for Brexit and it should be delivered.
WATCH: Labour would negotiate a permanent Customs Union and a strong Single Market deal, says Gardiner
Only his party can deliver a better future, says Barry Gardiner in his opening Channel 4 TV debate statement.
WATCH: Cleverly – “Rejecting this deal means damaging uncertainly…and a real risk that we don’t leave the EU at all.”
At the start of Channel 4’s TV debate on Brexit, the Conservative Party Deputy Chairman makes his case.
The leading Remainer rebel doesn’t believe it to be an option that can realistically be offered to the electorate.
“I think, actually, what people want to hear is how we get out of the mess of the backstop.”
“We entered into the confidence and supply agreement in relation to supporting Brexit on the basis of our shared priorities.”
“I think she could still turn it round. But we need a change of approach: she needs to go back with, if you like, a ‘best final offer’ to the EU.”
The Brexit Secretary claims that the Withdrawal Agreement balances controlling money and immigration with keeping trade flowing.
“At the moment I am looking for someone who can unite the party behind a Brexit deal. A person who believes in Brexit.”
WATCH: Ex-Downing Street adviser says the Prime Minister’s political survival is “extremely unlikely in any circumstances”
Tom Swarbrick was “alongside Theresa May during previous crises, including when she called the last general election.”