The UK Parliament ordered the government to reveal the advice, and the government complied after it lost a crucial vote in the Commons on Tuesday, in what was called a political humiliation for Prime Minister Theresa May.
At a rowdy session of parliament, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox outlined the legal advice he had given to the government, including over a "backstop" arrangement to prevent the return of a hard border between Northern Ireland and EU member state Ireland if a future UK-EU trading deal is not reached in time.
The unprecedented contempt vote was prompted by the government's refusal to publish the full legal advice, despite having previously accepted a parliamentary motion directing it to do so.
May said the backstop was "an integral part of the withdrawal agreement".
"In the absence of a right of termination, there is a legal risk the United Kingdom could become subject to protracted and repeating rounds of negotiations", Cox warned. The Island and Bob voted to leave 2-years-ago.
The vote on December 11 was effectively set in stone by MPs at the start of the debate on the Prime Minister's Brexit deal on Tuesday and any new timetable would have to be backed by the Commons. He told MEPs: 'I must say once again, today, calmly and clearly - it is the only and the best possible agreement'.
The agreement is the only way to avoid a no-deal Brexit that would have dire consequences for the British economy and to head off those who are trying to use the debate to prevent the country from leaving the European Union, she said.
But even then, the legally binding text itself, which forms the crux of the debate in Britain, would be off limits to renegotiation. Others predict that May is still likely to lose but by a much smaller number.
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Asked if Mrs May should pull the December 11 vote, Mr Blair said: "Personally, I don't see what the point is in going down to a huge defeat".
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond tells lawmakers who believe May can go back and renegotiate her deal with the European Union that they are out of tune with reality.
The source suggested it was "outrageous bollocks" and attempting to "spook grandees is pure bullshit theatre".
Chief Whip Julian Smith attended a meeting with the European Research Group (ERG) of Brexiteers in Parliament on Wednesday night and was said to be in "listening" mode - although no concessions were offered to would-be rebels. The latest results point to the fact that support is low in both leave and remain camps; however the numbers change substantially when certain options are taken out, known as the "Condorcet method".
Meanwhile The Daily Telegraph reported that Brussels could be prepared to discuss extending Article 50 - delaying Brexit until after March 29 2019 - if the deal is rejected by MPs. The chance of no Brexit at all doubled to 40 percent from 20 percent, in a sign of perhaps the biggest shift in perception since the 2016 vote to leave.
The vote on Tuesday found the government in contempt of Parliament for ignoring a Commons vote demanding publication of its legal advice.
The announcement came amid suggestions from ministers that she should find ways to avoid losing the vote, which could bring down the government, or see Britain leave the bloc without a deal.
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