Brexit: Hunt says he is 'confident' UK and EU will reach deal within three weeks - Politics live

The Guardian - Nov 08, 16:19 GMT

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenDavid Davis’s Today interview - SummaryAfternoon summary 4.16pm GMT 4

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen

This morning David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, suggested that the Commons would vote down Theresa May’s Brexit deal. That would prompt a renegotiation, he said, implying that a revised deal would then get approved by MPs. (See 9.03am.)

Rupert Harrison, who was chief of staff to George Osborne in the Treasury, also thinks that getting the Brexit deal through the Commons will end up being a two-state process.

Quick Brexit punt: my view all along has been there would be a deal - still feeling ok about that. But starting to wonder if Parliamentary vote will be like TARP in the US in 2008 - voted down, markets puke, passes second time with small changes... would make for a bumpy ride!

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