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Theresa May indicates MPs will not be given vote on final Brexit deal

Theresa May indicates MPs will not be given vote on final Brexit deal

PM refuses to make commitment when asked repeatedly by Commons Brexit committee chair Hilary BennTheresa May has refused to commit to giving MPs a vote on the final Brexit deal struck by the
Ministers 'could be in contempt of parliament over Brexit papers'

Ministers 'could be in contempt of parliament over Brexit papers'

Exclusive: Labour puts pressure on government as Bank of England warns that EU referendum has stalled Britain’s growthLabour is to warn ministers on Monday that they risk being held in contempt of
Brexit opponents raise alarm over bleak impact analysis reports

Brexit opponents raise alarm over bleak impact analysis reports

Previously leaked document finds poor economic growth in all models for future UK-EU relationship Anti-Brexit campaigners have seized on a bleak Whitehall assessment of the economic impact of leaving
Theresa May faces Brexit attacks from all sides as MPs return from six-week summer holiday

Theresa May faces Brexit attacks from all sides as MPs return from six-week summer holiday

Proposals have been rejected by Brussels, savaged by Brexiteer former foreign secretary Boris Johnson and Tory Europhiles also have major reservations about the plan
Ignorance is bliss for the Brexit secretary | John Crace

Ignorance is bliss for the Brexit secretary | John Crace

Dominic Raab’s confidence that talks are going to plan crumbled under Labour questioningWho better to update the House of Commons on the progress of the Brexit negotiations following the informal EU
SNP and Lib Dems back Benn amendment to prevent no-deal Brexit

SNP and Lib Dems back Benn amendment to prevent no-deal Brexit

Parties join Labour and Tory rebels in amendment rejecting May’s deal and giving MPs a say on next step Theresa May’s plans to get her Brexit deal through parliament ran into fresh difficulties on
Brexit: EU official doubts backstop assurances will persuade MPs – Politics live

Brexit: EU official doubts backstop assurances will persuade MPs – Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenDowning Street lobby briefing – SummaryWhat are carmakers’ Brexit contingency plans? 3.32pm GMT Here is the full quote from Angela
MPs back Brexit delay as votes lay bare cabinet divisions

MPs back Brexit delay as votes lay bare cabinet divisions

MPs vote overwhelmingly to request extension to article 50 – but eight ministers vote against motionBrexit is set to be delayed by at least three months, after parliament opted overwhelmingly to
Calls for May to 'fall on her sword' as she hints there may be no third vote on Brexit deal

Calls for May to 'fall on her sword' as she hints there may be no third vote on Brexit deal

PM writes to Tory MPs saying deal will return ‘if there is sufficient support’Pressure on Theresa May has reached new heights as ministers backed attempts to let parliament take control of the next
Leftists Back Second Referendum, Hammond Says It Should Be 'Considered'

Leftists Back Second Referendum, Hammond Says It Should Be 'Considered'

The far left of the Labour Party and Chancellor Philip Hammond, a Remain-voting member of the Tory establishment, are backing different forms of a second referendum on Brexit, in efforts to frustrate
UK stands down 6,000 no-deal Brexit staff - after spending £1.5bn

UK stands down 6,000 no-deal Brexit staff - after spending £1.5bn

Civil service to stand down its no-deal contingency plans in light of new departure dateThe government has stood down an army of 6,000 civil servants who had been preparing for a no-deal Brexit, at an
Labour denies having to rewrite EU election leaflet after referendum row

Labour denies having to rewrite EU election leaflet after referendum row

Draft provoked fury among those insisting confirmatory vote is party policyLabour has denied being forced to hastily rewrite a leaflet for next month’s European parliamentary elections, after a
Burble, burble, babble. After weeks of silence, May finally speaks

Burble, burble, babble. After weeks of silence, May finally speaks

So pointless were their exchanges, it was as if Jezza and the PM had agreed to avoid any difficult topics Theresa May hadn’t been able to achieve anything very much by trying to look busy, so doing
Andrew Mitchell and Justine Greening back calls for foreign loan transparency

Andrew Mitchell and Justine Greening back calls for foreign loan transparency

Former international development secretaries among 50 British MPs urging introduction of tighter regulations on disclosureThree former international development secretaries are among 50 British MPs
MPs pass amendment seeking to thwart no-deal Brexit prorogation

MPs pass amendment seeking to thwart no-deal Brexit prorogation

Amendment is passed by 41 votes in potentially crucial Commons decisionLatest political developments - liveNEW MPs have easily passed a backbench amendment which seeks to block any attempt by a future