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Poll: Should MPs rule out a no-deal Brexit?

On Tuesday MPs will vote on the Prime Minister's draft Brexit agreement in the House of Commons.

The vote was due to take place before the Christmas recess but Theresa May delayed the vote to the New Year amid concerns she was bound for a heavy defeat.

This time, Mrs May has assured MPs that the vote will definitely take place.

However, if the draft agreement fails to get the votes in parliament then the Government will have to go back to the drawing board.

So, this week the Advertiser is asking you whether MPs should rule out a no-deal Brexit?


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