Brexit: Gove refuses to rule out ignoring any law passed to stop no deal

Labour and Tory rebels criticise comments as minister insists there will be no food shortages

Michael Gove has repeatedly refused to rule out the possibility that the government could ignore any law passed by parliament to stop a no-deal Brexit and insisted there would be no food shortages if the UK did crash out of the EU on 31 October.

The comments by Gove drew condemnation from both Labour, the SNP and Conservative rebels, including one Tory MP who said it showed democracy was under threat.

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