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Brexit backstop legal risk 'unchanged': United Kingdom attorney general

14 March 2019, 10:23 | Glen Norman

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"The legal risk remains unchanged that if through no such demonstrable failure of either party, but simply because of intractable differences, that situation does arise, the United Kingdom would have.no internationally lawful means of exiting the Protocol's arrangements, save by agreement", Cox said.

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Sky News reports that not all of the DUP MPs are "on the same page" in regard to how the party will vote on Tuesday evening's meaningful vote.

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"That is what Parliament asked us to secure and that is what we have secured". Let's bring the UK's withdrawal to an orderly end.

May announced three documents - a joint instrument, a joint statement and a unilateral declaration - which she said were aimed at addressing the Irish backstop, the most contentious part of the divorce deal she agreed with the European Union in November.

The EU will have to agree to any extension to article 50 and the commission's secretary general, Martin Selmayr, told ambassadors on Monday that the safest delay to Brexit would only be up to 23 May, ensuring that elections to the European parliament would not create complications. But he later added: "Now we have the outline of what has been agreed, I look forward to the full text and the opinion of the team of lawyers we have set up to advise us ... it's good to see rising enthusiasm and reference in legal text to the Malthouse compromise".

Speaking in the House of Commons as May announced the agreement, Cabinet Office minister and her de-facto deputy David Lidington said MPs would face a "fundamental choice" later today "to vote for the improved deal or to plunge this country into a political crisis".

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At its heart lies three new documents meant to provide additional legal guarantees that the United Kingdom can't be trapped indefinitely inside the backstop arrangement. Even if he changes his legal advice and endorses the new deal, May still has a huge task ahead to persuade enough members of her own Conservative Party to support her plan in Tuesday night's vote.

The EU said there would be no more negotiations with London on the divorce terms, struck with May after two-and-a-half years of tortuous negotiations. This could then lead to MPs passing May's deal and then Brexit would happen on or around 29 March.

"In politics, sometimes you get a second chance".

"It complicates the issue, it leaves us with the possibility still of a no-deal Brexit, and uncertainty over politics more generally".

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