The secretary of state for EU exit has dismissed the idea of a parliamentary vote until after Brexit happens. It’s a major failure of his political antennae

David Davis has dropped the government into another crisis of credibility by saying that parliament may not be able to vote on the final Brexit deal until after the UK has left the EU in March 2019.

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