- Forget Theresa May's deal and leave on WTO terms, a dozen ex-Conservative ministers urge MPs Telegraph.co.uk
- EU preparing to delay Brexit until at least July The Guardian
- Bercow and Grieve plotted ‘stitch-up’ in secret meeting before controversial amendment Express.co.uk
- Brexit has revealed MPs’ flaws – and our own The Guardian
- Fury at 'despot' Speaker as PM's allies admit her fate could rest in his hands amid Brexit revolt Daily Mail
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A dozen former Conservative ministers including Boris Johnson, David Davis and Dominic Raab are urging Tory MPs to vote down Theresa May’s deal and leave the European Union on World Trade Organisation terms.
Brussels expecting UK request to extend 29 March deadline, with May’s deal on brink
COMMONS speaker John Bercow has been accused of launching secret plot with Tory rebels to thwart Brexit as it was sensationally revealed he held a secret meeting with Dominic Grieve the night before accepting the Tory’s rebel’s amendment sideswipe.
As parliament gears up to vote, its imperfections are obvious, says Isabel Hardman, assistant editor of the Spectator
John Bercow could effectively end the Prime Minister's career if he allows a 'coup' bid to go ahead that could see the government stripped of control over business in Parliament.