“I pointed out that this would be the first time in British history that we had entered into a treaty arrangement with anybody else in which there was no right to leave.”
“We can’t wait until a failure of the talks before we start to implement that reform programme. We have to begin it now, or nobody will take us seriously.”
“Last night, the House set a clear direction on the way that the House could agree a deal.”
“We’re getting a very clear message from outside Parliament that the country expects people with different views to work together.”
On the day that Labour comes out in favour of extension, the Prime Minister doesn’t rule out supporting the move.
She urges the Commons to back the Brady amendment when it votes on proposals later today.
“The people of Venezuela do not need the weasel words…from assorted Stalinists, Trotskyists, antisemites and members of Labour’s front bench.”
“This is the most superficial and inaccurate assessment.”
“The trouble is, that the Government has never tabled any substantial legal changes to the Backstop.”
The Health Secretary says he “emphatically” does not want No Deal, but it is “incumbent” on those who share that view to support a solution.
Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister is blunt: “We have already agreed to a series of compromises.”
She insists to Marr that she is trying to deliver a “good deal”, not to disrupt Brexit.
The Brexiteer backbencher argues the EU is “starting to get a reality check now” about the real possibility of inflexibility causing No Deal.
He sets out his view on why so many of his constituents in Mid Norfolk plumped for Leave.
WATCH: Rayner – “I think that if we end up with a second referendum we will have failed the public.”
Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary tacks her personal view on to a defence of Labour’s corporate position.