Theresa No-May-tes at the EU summit in Malta earlier this week [Image: Stefan Rousseau/PA].

If it seems as though the Conservative Government might lose the vote, can you see Theresa Maybe changing her mind on this?

Theresa May is unlikely to concede to any demand to change the terms of parliament’s vote on the final Brexit deal despite facing a possible Conservative revolt over the issue.

A government source told the Guardian that calls for British MPs to be given a vote on the deal before it goes to the European parliament, and to be handed a say if no agreement is hammered out, were not practical.

The prime minister was keen to accommodate Tory demands but suggested that this move would “hamstring” the government in negotiations with the EU27, the source said.

Source: PM ‘unlikely to change terms’ of parliament vote on final Brexit deal | Politics | The Guardian

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