It’s been a tuberous time in Westminster the last couple of weeks what the t PM trying to pull the wool over everybody’s eyes by stating that the deal she came back with from the EU is the only deal. Even the attorney general got up at the dispatch box last Monday and told the House that some parts were not of the public interest! Which I found astonishing!!!!! https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-b...advice-on-irish-backstop-labour-idUKKCN1NC1XI https://www.breitbart.com/europe/20...-britain-cannot-end-brexit-deal-unilaterally/ The question I have to ask is, if the attorney general tried to keep that from parliament, what else has he been hiding from the MPs? On 5 December 2018 the government released, in full, the advice given by the Attorney General on the consequences of the Brexit deal already reached by the government. It took parliament to hold the government in contempt before it agreed to abide by the outcome of an earlier humble address vote. Thereto, the government refused to release the advice, stating repeatedly that it was covered by legal privilege. The government then lost 3 votes and were held in contempt of parliament for not publishing the details, which they eventually did last Wednesday; http://bsd.firetrench.com/contemptuous-government-denied-control-of-britains-destiny/ https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/commen...al-does-not-attract-privilege/5068625.article The result of this was incredible, resulting on PM May to abandon the vote because everybody told her it would not pass the house, then a vote of no confidence was trigged by her own party to her leadership, which she eventually won by 200 votes to 117.