May under pressure from all sides over Brexit legal advice

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The calls have been led by Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, who has argued that releasing the information is the only way for them to reach an informed decision over whether to approve her Brexit blueprint.

Labour's shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer said it was "essential" that MPs should be able to see the advice drawn up by Attorney General Geoffrey Cox.

Mr Gove along with Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, and Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, have urged.

Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman Tom Brake said refusal to publish the advice "raises serious questions about what Tory ministers are trying to hide".

A Downing Street source said: "That is just where we are so far".

No10 sources say draft Withdrawal Agreement does not include Irish backstop, as that has not yet been agreed.

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There are newswires suggesting that the Cabinet ministers have been invited to read a copy of the draft Brexit Withdrawal Agreement this afternoon and we now wait to hear confirmation as to when this meeting will take place, either tomorrow or Monday - but then again, it could be Friday or the weekend, or perhaps not at all.

Mrs May's plan would see the whole United Kingdom effectively agree to remain in the customs union to help avoid a hard border with Ireland as a "backstop" if no other arrangement can be found. "It does not imply that a deal has been done".

The development will do little to dampen speculation among Tory Eurosceptics that a deal is close to being signed off.

Mrs May's plan would see the whole United Kingdom effectively agree to remain in the customs union as a "backstop" if no other arrangement can be found.

Mrs May updated European Council president Donald Tusk on the state of the Brexit talks on Wednesday.

No extra meeting has been scheduled ahead of the regular weekly gathering next Tuesday.

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