The Prime Minister says she told world leaders “we are looking forward to future trade agreements”.
The Environment Secretary claims that the backstop is more uncomfortable for the EU than for the UK.
Labour’s Shadow International Trade Secretary laughs off the Government and the EU’s claim that this deal is a final offer.
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“That’s an important part of how our constitution works, but this is an unprecedented situation.”
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“I think it should be up to Theresa May to decide precisely when she wants to hand over.”
The former Northern Ireland Secretary says that May should return to press for the backstop to be dropped.
“If they don’t produce it tomorrow, we will start contempt proceedings…this will be a collision course between the Government and Parliament.”
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He is one of the few ministers actively pushing the Prime Minister’s case on TV, radio and social media.
Whatever the answer may be, the Prime Minister gives no indication that such refuge will be offered.
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The former Defence Secretary – usually a reliable loyalist – weighs in. Unhelpfully for Downing Street.
“I do not pretend that either we or the EU are entirely happy with these arrangements.”
“I will make the case for this deal with all my heart and I look forward to the campaign.”
“It’s all about the balance of risks, because this isn’t a perfect deal for everyone but it does have a lot of what everyone wants.”