“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.”
“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.
“Parliament gave the people the choice”, the Prime Minister reminds the House ahead of the vote on her proposed deal.
“I was keen to see an agreement delivered that I could support…[but] the deal on the table potentially gives away our sovereignty and £39 billion.”
The Labour frontbencher explains to the House that “the EU did not present itself as a champion of the voiceless”.
The International Trade Secretary expresses his scepticism to Andrew Bridgen.
The DUP’s deputy leader appears unimpressed at the failure to secure legally binding improvements in the five weeks since the vote was pulled.
The Prime Minister urges the Commons to deliver on Brexit and protecting the economy.
But he doesn’t think enough of his fellow Labour MPs will do so to carry the Withdrawal Agreement over the line.
“But it’s going to be soon, don’t worry about that.”
“What we will have is the arrival in this country of the sort of populist politics on the extremes that we’re seeing in most other European countries.”
The Brexit Secretary insists that when he previously said it would definitely happen, “that was the Government position at the time”.
The MP for Harlow argues that Labour is “talking the language of the British people”.