Brexit: DUP says one-year delay better than May's deal – live news
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- MPs likely to back soft Brexit or second vote, says minister who quit
- Rees-Mogg says it is ‘very, very difficult’ to see no deal happening
- Government may ignore result of indicative votes process, says Hancock
Jeremy Corbyn is considering to support a Norway-style soft Brexit proposal, a motion tabled by the Labour MPs Stephen Kinnock and Lucy Powell, and signed by several Tories, including Robert Halfon.
Here the full story by my colleagues Heather Stewart and Jessica Elgot.
This is the no-Brexit proposal that was earlier submitted for the Commons votes tomorrow:
Here is the text of the cross-party proposition on Revocation versus No Deal that has the maximum prospect of being supported by Parliament. It has just ‘gone in’. pic.twitter.com/B3WalY1IIW
Here are its sponsors, who are about as cross party as you can get. pic.twitter.com/hgbFHLvAGV