The latest Minister to resign from Theresa May's government says that the deal the PM has brought back for MPs to vote on "isn't a deal".
"If she's going round saying that this deal is good for Northern Ireland, when it is quite clear, even reading the face of the agreement that Northern Ireland is going to be tied in to all of the European Union regulations and in the future regardless of how damaging they are to our economy without any ability to change them", he said.
Writing in The Sunday Telegraph, shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir said: 'If the full legal advice is not forthcoming, we will have no alternative but to start proceedings for contempt of Parliament - and we will work with all parties to take this forward.
It would also block the most ambitious post-Brexit policies of hardliners in May's Party, many of whom see such a deal as anathema to the 2016 vote on leaving the EU.
Labour has vowed to move a no confidence vote against the government if May's deal is defeated next week.
When asked what her legacy would be if she is forced to quit, May said she would be the prime minister to take Britain out of the European Union.
Last month, MPs passed a binding Commons vote which required the government to present any legal advice it had received "in full", something May has ruled out several times. Evidence of that tactic emerged nearly immediately on Sunday, with Tory Chairman Brandon Lewis saying that "the best way to prevent" that outcome is to "get this deal through Parliament on December 11".
"Because, but for the Fixed Term Parliaments Act, the convention was always if a government loses what's called a confidence vote - something of such significance - then that government has to go".
Labour's Sir Keir Starmer warned the prime minister that she faces a "historic constitutional row" if the details are not released.Читайте также: Frank Warren and BBBC to lodge complaint over Wilder v Fury scorecards
"I think it's important that whatever advice she has been given by her Attorney General is known so people can make a judgement on what she is saying".
"One of the things that I hope people will have the chance to do over the next nine days is to recognize that we should not make the ideal the enemy of the good", Gove said.
He was said to have written: "We should not forget that the backstop world, even with a UK-EU customs union, is a bad outcome with regulatory controls needed somewhere between GB and NI, serious and visible frictions and process between GB and the EU, and no security co-operation provided for".
Mrs May was the first serving Prime Minister to visit Buenos Aires, and she said the trip marked an "important milestone in the relationship between the United Kingdom and Argentina".
She will say that she had meetings with leaders keen to strike trade deals, including the hosts Argentina, Australia, Chile and Japan.
"This would be a collision course between the government and parliament", he added.
Under May's deal, Britain has "surrendered our voice, our vote and our veto".
Gove told the BBC Sunday that if ministers don't pass the bill "the alternatives are no deal or no Brexit".
"Obviously, if that doesn't happen, we need to press on to other options such as a public vote because, having gone through the first two options, we would need to look at what happens then", Starmer said.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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