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We were right to vote against Theresa May’s deal which would have shackled the UK, a rule taker, to the EU.

The deal before us today, though an agonising compromise, is much better. It no longer so stacks the deck against us for future negotiations. Under it we will not have to give up control to the EU - of fishing, farming, defence and defence manufacturing, future trade terms, border procedures, regulation, and parts of our Union - to move to more normal independent trading relationships with the world.

  • Brexit Super Saturday: follow all the latest news from Westminster

There are wrinkles we could have ironed out if the Benn Act had not been passed. It’s a lesson for the future that unity...

We were right to vote against Theresa May’s deal which would have shackled the UK, a rule taker, to the EU.

The deal before us today, though an agonising compromise, is much better. It no longer so stacks the deck against us for future negotiations. Under it we will not have to give up control to the EU - of fishing, farming, defence and defence manufacturing, future trade terms, border procedures, regulation, and parts of our Union - to move to more normal independent trading relationships with the world.

  • Brexit Super Saturday: follow all the latest news from Westminster

There are wrinkles we could have ironed out if the Benn Act had not been passed. It’s a lesson for the future that unity...

We were right to vote against Theresa May’s deal which would have shackled the UK, a rule taker, to the EU.

The deal before us today, though an agonising compromise, is much better. It no longer so stacks the deck against us for future negotiations. Under it we will not have to give up control to the EU - of fishing, farming, defence and defence manufacturing, future trade terms, border procedures, regulation, and parts of our Union - to move to more normal independent trading relationships with the world.

  • Brexit Super Saturday: follow all the latest news from Westminster

There are wrinkles we could have ironed out if the Benn Act had not been passed. It’s a lesson for the future that unity...

We were right to vote against Theresa May’s deal which would have shackled the UK, a rule taker, to the EU.

The deal before us today, though an agonising compromise, is much better. It no longer so stacks the deck against us for future negotiations. Under it we will not have to give up control to the EU - of fishing, farming, defence and defence manufacturing, future trade terms, border procedures, regulation, and parts of our Union - to move to more normal independent trading relationships with the world.

  • Brexit Super Saturday: follow all the latest news from Westminster

There are wrinkles we could have ironed out if the Benn Act had not been passed. It’s a lesson for the future that unity...