Home secretary says deal contains compromises but cliff-edge exit would lead to security losses
Sajid Javid has used the second day of debate on Theresa May’s Brexit plan to warn of the potential security risks from a no-deal departure if her scheme is voted down, then saw a succession of MPs line up to condemn the government’s proposals.
The home secretary said while he could not argue the deal “is perfect in every sense”, and necessarily contained compromises, if it were rejected, a cliff-edge exit could cause significant repercussions.Continue reading...
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