MPs “very likely” to get a vote on Brexit deal, shock announcement reveals

Theresa May"s office said the Government would meet its obligations under the 2010 Constitutional Reform and Governance Act, which made it law that any new treaties must be approved by Parliament before ratification except in "exceptional cases".

And lawyers for the Government said it was "very likely" that MPs would vote on any new treaties that came out of Brexit talks. 

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