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The Government has been forced to publish the six-pages of legal advice that Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, gave the Cabinet about the customs backstop.

Ministers were forced to publish the advice after being found in contempt of Parliament following a historic vote in the Commons on Tuesday.

The DUP said the advice was "devastating", while Tory Eurosceptics said it was significantly at odds with the Government's public statements on the backstop.

1. The backstop is indefinite and will continue - even if talks break down

What the Government said:

In the Commons, Geoffrey Cox conceded that the backstop could be "indefinite" but repeatedly insisted that the backstop is a "temporary solution",...

The Government has been forced to publish the six-pages of legal advice that Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, gave the Cabinet about the customs backstop.

Ministers were forced to publish the advice after being found in contempt of Parliament following a historic vote in the Commons on Tuesday.

The DUP said the advice was "devastating", while Tory Eurosceptics said it was significantly at odds with the Government's public statements on the backstop.

1. The backstop is indefinite and will continue - even if talks break down

What the Government said:

In the Commons, Geoffrey Cox conceded that the backstop could be "indefinite" but repeatedly insisted that the backstop is a "temporary solution",...

The Government has been forced to publish the six-pages of legal advice that Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, gave the Cabinet about the customs backstop.

Ministers were forced to publish the advice after being found in contempt of Parliament following a historic vote in the Commons on Tuesday.

The DUP said the advice was "devastating", while Tory Eurosceptics said it was significantly at odds with the Government's public statements on the backstop.

1. The backstop is indefinite and will continue - even if talks break down

What the Government said:

In the Commons, Geoffrey Cox conceded that the backstop could be "indefinite" but repeatedly insisted that the backstop is a "temporary solution",...

The Government has been forced to publish the six-pages of legal advice that Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General, gave the Cabinet about the customs backstop.

Ministers were forced to publish the advice after being found in contempt of Parliament following a historic vote in the Commons on Tuesday.

The DUP said the advice was "devastating", while Tory Eurosceptics said it was significantly at odds with the Government's public statements on the backstop.

1. The backstop is indefinite and will continue - even if talks break down

What the Government said:

In the Commons, Geoffrey Cox conceded that the backstop could be "indefinite" but repeatedly insisted that the backstop is a "temporary solution",...