Monday, July 15

PMQs reaction as May invites Corbyn to Brexit talks



Theresa May has insisted working with the Labour is the only way to deliver a smooth and orderly Brexit as she wrote to Tory MPs appealing for unity ahead of PMQs.

The Prime Minister addressed MPs’ concerns about the Government discussing the way forward with the Labour, before admitting that her deal is “unlikely” to pass on Tory and DUP votes.

She wrote: With some colleagues unwilling to support the Government in the division lobbies, this is the only way to deliver the smooth, orderly Brexit that we promised.

Her letter came as Welsh Minister and government whip Nigel Adams quit in disgust over Mrs May’s deal with Jeremy Corbyn, saying that the Prime Minister has made a grave error.