Listen: Prime Minister, Mr Speaker, Brexit discussed on Prime Minister's Questions
"It time that the prime minister responsibility responsibility for concealing the on her Brexit deal for members of this house and the public who she thinks one's ability. Thanks. He's absolutely wrong about that. We have not concealed the facts on the Brexit deal from this house what he will say is that the legal position that was set out on Monday in the thirty four page document together with the statement made and the answers to questions given by the attorney general on Monday, very clearly sets out the legal position. Black. Is an incredibly disappointing response for the prime minister. Government parliament. Mr Speaker this morning. We have seen the details of the legal advice. We have seen the facts that the government tried to hide Mr Speaker. This government is giving Northern Ireland permanent membership of the single market and the customs of the legal advice is clearly states despite statements in the protocol that is not intended to be permanent and international law. The protocol would endure indefinitely. Since the prime minister, Tom from Brussels. The prime minister has been misleading the house and advertently on. Otherwise, the prime minister must explain. Odor odor. Can be no suggestion."