Tory MPs by ‘sneaky’ Brexit bill
‘meaningful vote’ on June 23, 2016. MPs should stop trying to reverse a result they don’t like.”
A spokesman for the Department for Exiting the EU said: “Our new amendment respects the tests set out by the Prime Minister and the Brexit Secretary.
“We have listened to those across the House who called for the ability to express their views in the unlikely event that our preferred scenario did not come to pass.
“The amendment ensures that in all circumstances, Parliament can hold Government to account while also allowing Government to deliver on the will of the British people as expressed in the referendum.
“But this remains hypothetical and the Government is confident we will agree a good deal with the EU which Parliament will support.”
Facing revolt...Prime Minister Theresa May leaving Downing Street this week