David Davis urges MPs 'not to tie PM's hands' over Brexit bill

David Davis has urged MPs to back the Brexit bill and insisted the UK would be prepared, if it has to leave the EU with no deal in place.

The Brexit secretary urged MPs not to “tie the prime minister’s hands” over MPs getting a final vote on the deal and on EU citizens’ rights in the UK.

He said while they were preparing for a “no deal” Brexit he thought it was unlikely negotiations would break down.

The bill returns to MPs on Monday after two defeats in the Lords.

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