ministers in UK Cabinet want more indicative votes in parliament, not talks with Labour (UK Times report)

  


The Times reports Cabinet Ministers urging UK PM May to drop the cross party talks in favour of indicative votes in parliament.

  • scrap formal Brexit talks with Labour
  • ministers who previously supported them lose faith … Philip Hammond, the chancellor, is understood to have told colleagues that, while “amiable”, they are being held on the “false premise” that a politically acceptable deal could ever be struck.
  • and launch a final attempt to secure a compromise in parliament

Supporters of a deal with the European Union are preparing to use tomorrow’s cabinet meeting to urge the prime minister to set a timetable for indicative votes by MPs after the European elections.

Brexit Cabinet Ministers urging UK PM May to drop the cross party talks in favour of indicative votes in parliament.
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