The implication is that the Government would win more votes if it kept the ERG happy.
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He argues for “a fundamental realignment of Government, Parliament and Civil Service.”
WATCH: Government loses Brexit vote – “She cannot keep on just running down the clock,” Corbyn claims
“Yet again her Government has been defeated”.
The Brexit Secretary argues that “we should not give them that excuse not to engage”, and therefore should vote with the Government.
WATCH: “There is no point in having a time limit on the backstop unless it is written into the treaty”, Johnson argues
The former Foreign Secretary also insists that any time limit must end “substantially before the next general election”.
“I believe we can reach a deal that this House can support.”
He teases Thornberry that perhaps when she voted for Article 50 to be triggered she was “present but not involved”.
WATCH: Corbyn will “sit down with Hamas, Hezbollah and the IRA…yet he won’t meet me to talk about Brexit”
The Labour leader responded by borrowing Hilary Benn’s line that the Prime Minister’s door may be open but her mind is closed.
WATCH: A General Election is “the worst thing we could do”, May argues, seeking the confidence of the House
“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 names of all 118 Conservatives who voted against the proposal, and the four Opposition MPs who voted for it.
WATCH: “This is an historic decision that will set the future of our country for generations”, May tells MPs
“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”.
WATCH: Fox – “If WTO terms were so advantageous we wouldn’t be looking [for] a free trade agreement with the US”
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.