As Theresa May wins Tory support for Brussels agreement, the environment secretary flags up potential for a rethink
Michael Gove has said voters will be able to force changes to an EU withdrawal deal at the next election if they do not like it.
The environment secretary’s comments came as prime minister Theresa May won public backing from both wings of the Tory party after securing an agreement with Brussels to start post-Brexit trade negotiations.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Gove said: “The British people will be in control. If the British people dislike the agreement that we have negotiated with the EU, the agreement will allow a future government to diverge.”