George Freeman, the prime minister's former policy adviser, said she had done the "right thing" in announcing her decision to stand down, even though it had been a "sad moment". The Tory MP told BBC News her speech had been followed by a series of interventions from "very hardline Brexiteers" all saying "prime minister, thank you, I will now vote for this deal".
The PM has said she wants to bring the deal back to the Commons this week, after it was previously rejected twice, by large margins.
Commons Speaker John Bercow ruled last week that the government could not return for a third attempt, unless there had been "substantial" changes to the proposals. And he warned ministers earlier that they should "not seek to circumvent my ruling" by introducing procedures that could reverse his judgement. But a Downing Street spokesman said there had been a "significant development" at the summit in Brussels last week, after Mrs May agreed "extra reassurances" over the Irish backstop with the EU, and the date of exit had changed.
The Labour leader says the civil service must be "non-political" after a newspaper reported some officials had questioned his health. Politics selected Parliaments Brexit.
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