All the day’s politics news, with Theresa May’s Brexit speech in Grimsby, and Jeremy Corbyn at Scottish Labour conference
- May to ask EU for concessions to get MPs to back Brexit deal
- Hunt: future generation ‘will blame EU’ for talks failure
- What happens if May’s Brexit deal is voted down? And if it passes?
May says that now is the moment “to get this done” and for parliament to “come together” and back the deal.
“We have a responsibility to deliver to this country the Brexit which people voted for,” says May.
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The Guardian’s Peter Walker says her that the UK is three weeks away from Brexit and workers in the room have no idea what is going to happen.
How much responsibility does she take for the chaos?
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