There is no time to give MPs a meaningful vote on the Brexit deal, David Davis says

There is not enough time to give MPs a meaningful vote on the Government’s final Brexit deal with the European Union, David Davis has said.

The Brexit Secretary on Saturday night instructed MPs to remove House of Lords amendments from the Article 50 Bill, one of which would give MPs a meaningful vote to accept or reject the Brexit deal once it had been negotiated.

The Government says MPs can have a vote but that if they reject the negotiated package there will simply be an automatic hard Brexit on WTO terms without any deal – widely regarded as the worst possible Brexit. 

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