Confirmation comes as PM is told that pulling votes would ‘forfeit the confidence’ of MPs

Theresa May has said the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal will go ahead on Tuesday, as a leading Tory centrist said she would lose the confidence of parliament if it was pulled.

The prime minister’s official spokesman said May was still committed to allowing parliament to vote on her Brexit deal, followed by two votes on ruling out no deal and extending article 50.

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