Lidington insists cabinet united despite some voting against Brexit delay

Lidington insists cabinet united despite some voting against Brexit delay
 

David Lidington has insisted Theresa May’s cabinet will continue to work together “very constructively”, despite eight senior ministers, including the Brexit secretary, voting against an extension to article 50.
Steve Barclay voted against a motion tabled by the government, even though he had spoken in favour of it at the dispatch box just minutes earlier.
Others who rejected the idea of an extension were Penny Mordaunt, Liam Fox and Chris Grayling.
Lidington, who is the Cabinet Office secretary, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “I’ve been working very constructively with Steve Barclay... read more

 
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Source: Guardian
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