The opposition Labour Party says it will look for the government to be held in contempt of parliament if the full text is not released, saying MPs need all available information ahead of next week's historic Brexit vote. The big season finale of the Game of Votes.
Opening a marathon five-day Commons Brexit debate, the Prime Minister is to argue that her agreement with the European Union "honours the referendum" by delivering on the promise to take back control of borders, laws and taxpayers'.
Mrs May also said there would be no changes to the Brexit plan she has hammered out with other European Union leaders. "If Theresa May fails to secure a majority on 11 December, the game opens up with a wide range of adverse outcomes".
"It will become a serious option on the table if, or more likely when, Theresa May's deal is voted down".
Speaking to the News Letter yesterday, DUP Brexit spokesperson Mr Wilson said: "The PM clearly doesn't want the legal advice published because she knows it makes a liar of her".
As if the Northern Ireland issue wasn't bad enough for May's chances, the government was also forced to admit last week that the deal will be bad for the UK's economy.
She has toured the country and television studios to try to sell her deal, but a move to present her government's legal advice to parliament seemed to backfire on Monday.
Today the prime minister will resume her efforts to sell the deal, telling MPs about her visit to the G20 summit in Argentina over the weekend and the free trade deals the United Kingdom will be able to sign around the world after Brexit.
Commons Speaker John Bercow has told MPs he believes there is an "arguable case that a contempt has been committed" by the Government over Brexit legal advice.
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Mr Cox asked MPs to suppose the advice included details on relationships with foreign states and arguments that might be deployed in the future, noting: "Would it be right for the Attorney General, regardless of the harm to the public interest, to divulge his opinion?"
"We have got to recognize that if we don't vote for this, the alternatives are no deal or no Brexit".
Appearing in the Commons, Mr Cox also admitted the United Kingdom would be "indefinitely committed" to the EU's customs rules should both sides fail to secure a trade deal by the end of the transition period.
"This vote is taking place, as planned, and many MPs are considering how they may or may not vote".
LONDON - A snap general election could be on its way after the Democratic Unionist Party, which props up Theresa May's government, threatened to trigger a general election in order to kill her Brexit divorce deal.
"We would have lost our veto, our voice, and our vote".
When Matt asked Mr Gyimah why he left it so long before he resigned, he said: "We've only seen the withdrawal agreement in the last 2-3 weekend, and resigning isn't easy".
"That reflects also, as I've said to this committee before, ministers' commitments to Northern Ireland and to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland, rather than being something imposed upon us".