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MPs voted to find the Government in contempt of Parliament yesterday for refusing to publish the full legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, in a constitutional battle with far-reaching implications.

The row centres on the refusal by ministers to release the legal advice given by the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to the Prime Minister, despite Parliament passing a motion demanding that it be made available.

Whilst MPs argued that the gravity of the vote due to take place next week warranted the publication of the advice, the Government has insisted that doing so would run contrary to the public interest and would harm its negotiating position.

Instead, Mrs May dispatched Mr Cox to the Commons...

MPs voted to find the Government in contempt of Parliament yesterday for refusing to publish the full legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, in a constitutional battle with far-reaching implications.

The row centres on the refusal by ministers to release the legal advice given by the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to the Prime Minister, despite Parliament passing a motion demanding that it be made available.

Whilst MPs argued that the gravity of the vote due to take place next week warranted the publication of the advice, the Government has insisted that doing so would run contrary to the public interest and would harm its negotiating position.

Instead, Mrs May dispatched Mr Cox to the Commons...

MPs voted to find the Government in contempt of Parliament yesterday for refusing to publish the full legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, in a constitutional battle with far-reaching implications.

The row centres on the refusal by ministers to release the legal advice given by the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to the Prime Minister, despite Parliament passing a motion demanding that it be made available.

Whilst MPs argued that the gravity of the vote due to take place next week warranted the publication of the advice, the Government has insisted that doing so would run contrary to the public interest and would harm its negotiating position.

Instead, Mrs May dispatched Mr Cox to the Commons...

MPs voted to find the Government in contempt of Parliament yesterday for refusing to publish the full legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, in a constitutional battle with far-reaching implications.

The row centres on the refusal by ministers to release the legal advice given by the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox to the Prime Minister, despite Parliament passing a motion demanding that it be made available.

Whilst MPs argued that the gravity of the vote due to take place next week warranted the publication of the advice, the Government has insisted that doing so would run contrary to the public interest and would harm its negotiating position.

Instead, Mrs May dispatched Mr Cox to the Commons...