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Cross-party calls grow for Brexit legal advice to be published in full

Cross-party calls grow for Brexit legal advice to be published in full

Labour could seek to force publication via Commons motion as MPs across political spectrum demand to see documentPressure on the government to provide details of legal advice about a possible Brexit
Brexit: Labour threatens contempt action over withheld legal advice

Brexit: Labour threatens contempt action over withheld legal advice

Keir Starmer warns of ‘historic constitutional row’ if government does not place full version before MPsTheresa May has been warned she is on course for a “historic constitutional row” unless the
Brexit backstop would be 'practical barrier' to trade deal, leaked paper says

Brexit backstop would be 'practical barrier' to trade deal, leaked paper says

Analysis produced for European scrutiny committee leaks hours before attorney general briefs MPs on Brexit legal adviceA leaked draft legal analysis produced for the European scrutiny committee by
Opposition parties launch joint contempt proceedings against ministers over Brexit legal advice – Politics live

Opposition parties launch joint contempt proceedings against ministers over Brexit legal advice – Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments, including attorney general Geoffrey Cox’s statement to MPs about Brexit legal adviceBrexit advice summary published amid warnings of backstop row
Senior minister could be suspended over Brexit legal advice

Senior minister could be suspended over Brexit legal advice

MPs will hold debate on Tuesday after Speaker John Bercow accepted contempt motion A senior minister is at risk of being suspended from the House of Commons after Labour and the Democratic Unionist
Theresa May opens main Brexit debate after three Commons defeats – as it happened

Theresa May opens main Brexit debate after three Commons defeats – as it happened

Rolling coverage of the day’s politics, as Theresa May opens five-day debate on Brexit deal Full Brexit legal advice to be published after government loses voteBBC cancels Brexit debate plans What
UK Govt Forced to Publish Full Brexit Legal Documents After Losing Key Vote

UK Govt Forced to Publish Full Brexit Legal Documents After Losing Key Vote

The British government has been found in contempt of the Houses of Parliament for the first time in history, and will be forced to publish the full legal advice it received on Theresa May's Brexit
Full Brexit legal advice to be published after government loses vote

Full Brexit legal advice to be published after government loses vote

Historic motion passes by 18 votes to find government in contempt of parliament • Latest Brexit news - live updatesMPs have passed a historic motion to hold the government in contempt over its failure
Theresa May staggers on after three Brexit defeats in single day

Theresa May staggers on after three Brexit defeats in single day

Government found to be in contempt of parliament before PM opens five-day debate Theresa May has suffered an extraordinary three parliamentary defeats in a single day, as rebellious MPs at Westminster
Full Scale of Brexit Betrayal Revealed After British Government Forced to Publish Legal Advice

Full Scale of Brexit Betrayal Revealed After British Government Forced to Publish Legal Advice

The scale of the deceit of Theresa May's so-called "worst deal in history" deal has been dramatically revealed after the government was forced to publish a key legal document by a vote in Parliament.
Chief whip's desperate pleading breaks spell of dark arts | John Crace

Chief whip's desperate pleading breaks spell of dark arts | John Crace

Also this week: bad reviews for Geoffrey Cox’s syrupy baritone, and what to hope for in Richard Curtis’s Four Weddings and a Funeral updateMy item in last week’s diary about being mortified to be
Brexit: Theresa May urges MPs to 'take a second look' at her deal – Politics live

Brexit: Theresa May urges MPs to 'take a second look' at her deal – Politics live

Tory whip Gareth Johnson has resigned, saying he cannot support May’s deal in Tuesday’s voteMay makes final case for Brexit deal: ‘Don’t let the people down’The EU and Theresa May backstop letters
Jeremy Corbyn tables no-confidence motion after May defeat – as it happened

Jeremy Corbyn tables no-confidence motion after May defeat – as it happened

Prime minister’s EU withdrawal plan is rejected by 432 votes to 202Brexit vote: Theresa May loses Brexit deal vote by majority of 230How did your MP vote?How does a no-confidence motion work, and
UK and Irish attorney generals to meet for Brexit talks

UK and Irish attorney generals to meet for Brexit talks

Geoffrey Cox will discuss backstop arrangement with Séamus Woulfe in Belfast The attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, is to meet his Irish counterpart, Séamus Woulfe,for talks on Friday afternoon before a
Vote giving MPs chance to force May's hand on Brexit set to be delayed

Vote giving MPs chance to force May's hand on Brexit set to be delayed

Brexit-sceptic Tories want to delay tabling of motion to give PM more time for negotiationsA crunch vote in which MPs could force Theresa May’s hand on Brexit is set to be delayed until the end of the
ERG warns May not to 'bounce' parliament over new Brexit deal

ERG warns May not to 'bounce' parliament over new Brexit deal

Tory Eurosceptic group says at least two days will be needed to scrutinise new compromise on Irish backstopTory Brexiters are to demand at least two days to scrutinise any new offer from Brussels on
Javid floats plan to make fighting violent crime statutory public health duty - Politics live

Javid floats plan to make fighting violent crime statutory public health duty - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenDowning Street lobby briefing - SummaryNo 10 hints government watering down its backstop demands from EUMinister admits £1.6bn for
Report: Govt Abandons Efforts to Win Real Concession from EU on Brexit 'Backstop'

Report: Govt Abandons Efforts to Win Real Concession from EU on Brexit 'Backstop'

Attorney-General Geoffrey Cox has reportedly abandoned efforts to win serious concessions from the European Union on the unpopular "Soft Brexit" deal negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Government defeated in Lords over meaningful vote on future trade deals - Politics live

Government defeated in Lords over meaningful vote on future trade deals - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQsNo sign of progress after ‘robust’ Brexit talks in BrusselsFood fight: doubts grow
Brexit meaningful vote will go ahead, says No 10, despite talks stalling

Brexit meaningful vote will go ahead, says No 10, despite talks stalling

PM’s spokesman says UK still looking for backstop changes after ‘robust’ discussionsDowning Street has insisted the meaningful vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal will go ahead as promised on Tuesday,