The EU has said that it's ready for the United Kingdom to leave the bloc without a deal and isn't planning any further contingency measures, suggesting that a no-deal Brexit was "very much possible". He says in a speech to be...
Business can have no absolute reassurance that an agreement will be reached, particularly given the commitment of some Conservative leadership candidates to leaving the European Union in October, with or without a deal.
But the plan did not garner enough support to pass the motion and it was voted down by a majority of 11 - with MPs voting 309 to 298 against it.More news: Chinese boat fled after sinking Filipino crew, Manila says
Before the vote the shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer said the Labour motion was a "safety valve" against such a move.
If that's not the case because the next Prime Minister fails to secure some kind of agreeable "alternative arrangements" solution and doesn't put the withdrawal agreement back to the Commons, there is an assumption that there will be another opportunity to block no deal.
Morgan said that getting a deal would be "by some distance" the better outcome, adding that it would prolong the uncertainty if Britain had to trade with the European Union on the same World Trade Organization terms as countries such as China and the US.
We are one step closer to no deal, which is an outcome that I think only one Labour MP prefers over leaving with a deal.More news: Instagram down in worldwide outage
"This is a time for a skilled negotiation not empty threats", Foreign Secretary Hunt said.
"That means understanding that we can not call ourselves a "one nation" party, if there are whole swathes of this country that don't think that we share their values and their needs".
After Michael Gove's admission that he had taken cocaine in the past, Mr Johnson sidestepped a question as to whether he had also used the drug.
However, he rejected past charges of untrustworthiness levelled at him by colleagues and rivals.More news: Trump inadvertently reveals details of Mexico migrant deal
"With every week and month that goes by in which we fail to deliver on our promise", he continued, "I am afraid we will further alienate not just our natural supporters but anyone who believes that politicians should deliver on their promises".