Government orders MPs to scrap Lords plan to let EU nationals stay in Britain

The Government will instruct MPs to reject House of Lords amendments giving them a “meaningful vote” on the Brexit deal and letting EU nationals stay in Britain, David Davis confirmed on Saturday night.

Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union said the Government wanted to move ahead on triggering Article 50 “with no strings attached” and that no amendments added by the Lords would be accepted.

Ministers are however coming under increasing pressure to give Conservative MPs reassurances from the dispatch box that the Commons will get a vote on the final deal and also information about what

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