14.11.2017 | 'Take it or leave it' Brexit dealDavid Davis says MPs will get final vote in major concession - Tory rebels furious
Source - The Telegraph
Parliament will be given a "take it or leave it" vote on Brexit after ministers agreed to enshrine the deal in law in a significant government concession.
David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, announced that MPs and peers will be given a binding vote on the final deal with Brussels.
However the climbdown has prompted fears that pro-EU MPs will attempt to frustrate Brexit by tabling amendments in the hope of delaying or even postponing Britain's departure.
Mr Davis warned MPs that Britain will leave the EU without a deal in March 2019 if they vote down the Government's final agreement with Brussels.
The Brexit Secretary told the Commons the new law, which will cover areas such as citizens’ rights, the so-called divorce bill and a transition period, will provide “certainty and clarity” as Britain leaves the EU.