Brexit vote: Liam Fox says May now insisting withdrawal deal text must be rewritten – Politics live

Rolling coverage of the Commons debate on Brexit, including probable votes on Graham Brady’s anti-backstop amendment and Yvette Cooper’s ruling out no deal

Boris Johnson, the Brexiter former foreign secretary, has said what assurances he would like to hear from the PM later. His position is much the same as the DUP’s. (See 10.20am.)

If the Prime Minister indicates in the debate that she will be pressing Brussels to reopen the WA to make changes to the backstop, I will gladly support the Brady amendment. But what we need is to achieve something legally binding – and that means part of the WA 1/2

We can’t have some codicil or letter or joint declaration. We need to go back into the text of the treaty and solve the problem. That is the way to unite remainers and leavers in the Conservative party and across the country 2/2

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