May's spokesman: Gov't position is to only hold MV3 if there is a prospect of success

Author: Adam Button | Category: News

Will it be tomorrow?

The latest reports say the DUP still isn't onside and that's weighing on cable.
  • Gov't understands there is no necessity to hold meaningful vote before March 29
  • May wants to change departure date in legislation as soon as possible
  • Sense from cabinet is that it would be in Britain's best interest to leave with a deal
  • Subject of the PM's future did not come up in cabinet
  • PM does not believe in revocation of Article 50
  • Cabinet had a discussion on the way forward
Spoiler: There is no chance of success of anything in UK parliament.
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