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Theresa May has been urged to delay the “meaningful vote” on her Brexit deal for a second time after Government whips failed over Christmas to persuade enough MPs to back it.

David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, says time is Mrs May’s “friend” as Brexit day looms, because “the more we prepare to leave the EU without a deal, the more likely a good deal becomes”.

Writing in The Telegraph, he insists a deal will be reached “at the eleventh hour” because the EU is worried about losing the £39bn “divorce payment” that would come with a Brexit deal.

The vote, which was delayed at the last minute in December, is currently scheduled for the week beginning January 14.

Mrs May will begin a charm offensive...

Theresa May has been urged to delay the “meaningful vote” on her Brexit deal for a second time after Government whips failed over Christmas to persuade enough MPs to back it.

David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, says time is Mrs May’s “friend” as Brexit day looms, because “the more we prepare to leave the EU without a deal, the more likely a good deal becomes”.

Writing in The Telegraph, he insists a deal will be reached “at the eleventh hour” because the EU is worried about losing the £39bn “divorce payment” that would come with a Brexit deal.

The vote, which was delayed at the last minute in December, is currently scheduled for the week beginning January 14.

Mrs May will begin a charm offensive...

Theresa May has been urged to delay the “meaningful vote” on her Brexit deal for a second time after Government whips failed over Christmas to persuade enough MPs to back it.

David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, says time is Mrs May’s “friend” as Brexit day looms, because “the more we prepare to leave the EU without a deal, the more likely a good deal becomes”.

Writing in The Telegraph, he insists a deal will be reached “at the eleventh hour” because the EU is worried about losing the £39bn “divorce payment” that would come with a Brexit deal.

The vote, which was delayed at the last minute in December, is currently scheduled for the week beginning January 14.

Mrs May will begin a charm offensive...

Theresa May has been urged to delay the “meaningful vote” on her Brexit deal for a second time after Government whips failed over Christmas to persuade enough MPs to back it.

David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, says time is Mrs May’s “friend” as Brexit day looms, because “the more we prepare to leave the EU without a deal, the more likely a good deal becomes”.

Writing in The Telegraph, he insists a deal will be reached “at the eleventh hour” because the EU is worried about losing the £39bn “divorce payment” that would come with a Brexit deal.

The vote, which was delayed at the last minute in December, is currently scheduled for the week beginning January 14.

Mrs May will begin a charm offensive...