- Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly avoided defeat during tense EU votes
- Her party remains split over her handling of the EU withdrawal negotiations
- Brexit Secretary David Davis is before the Commons today to answer questions
Brexit secretary David Davis is answering questions in the House of Commons today following a tense 48 hours for the government.
Despite avoiding defeat in a series of crunch votes over the EU Withdrawal bill, divisions within the Conservatives were clear as both pro and anti-Brexit wings of the party declared victory.
Theresa May was forced to negotiate with more than a dozen potential rebels who could have inflicted a humiliating defeat on her government.
Despite avoiding defeat, business leaders and those in the financial community have expressed concern about the Government’s handling of the Brexit negotiations.
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