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On the day that Britain was meant to leave the EU, 1,009 days after the referendum, Theresa May’s Brexit vision will stand or fall on a plan cobbled together over eight frantic hours.

The Prime Minister will split her Brexit deal in two on Friday and ask MPs to back just one half of it - the legally-binding Withdrawal Agreement that would allow Britain to leave the EU on May 22.

The compromise came after a day of intense discussions between John Bercow - who had banned a third vote on the whole deal - and Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, over what the Speaker would accept.

However, Labour accused Mrs May of “trickery of the highest order” and said they would vote against Friday’s motion.

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On the day that Britain was meant to leave the EU, 1,009 days after the referendum, Theresa May’s Brexit vision will stand or fall on a plan cobbled together over eight frantic hours.

The Prime Minister will split her Brexit deal in two on Friday and ask MPs to back just one half of it - the legally-binding Withdrawal Agreement that would allow Britain to leave the EU on May 22.

The compromise came after a day of intense discussions between John Bercow - who had banned a third vote on the whole deal - and Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, over what the Speaker would accept.

However, Labour accused Mrs May of “trickery of the highest order” and said they would vote against Friday’s motion.

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On the day that Britain was meant to leave the EU, 1,009 days after the referendum, Theresa May’s Brexit vision will stand or fall on a plan cobbled together over eight frantic hours.

The Prime Minister will split her Brexit deal in two on Friday and ask MPs to back just one half of it - the legally-binding Withdrawal Agreement that would allow Britain to leave the EU on May 22.

The compromise came after a day of intense discussions between John Bercow - who had banned a third vote on the whole deal - and Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, over what the Speaker would accept.

However, Labour accused Mrs May of “trickery of the highest order” and said they would vote against Friday’s motion.

...

On the day that Britain was meant to leave the EU, 1,009 days after the referendum, Theresa May’s Brexit vision will stand or fall on a plan cobbled together over eight frantic hours.

The Prime Minister will split her Brexit deal in two on Friday and ask MPs to back just one half of it - the legally-binding Withdrawal Agreement that would allow Britain to leave the EU on May 22.

The compromise came after a day of intense discussions between John Bercow - who had banned a third vote on the whole deal - and Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, over what the Speaker would accept.

However, Labour accused Mrs May of “trickery of the highest order” and said they would vote against Friday’s motion.

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