Theresa May has urged MPs to back her Brexit deal saying that MPs "must ask themselves what a no-deal would do for the Union"

In an address to the House of Commons she said that the impact a no-deal on Brexit are becoming clearer. She told the House: "The consequences of no-deal are becoming clearer; no implementation period, no security partnership, no guarantees for British citizens overseas and no stability for workers."

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The Prime Minister urged MPs to give the deal a second look stating that leaving the EU with No-Deal would be"a subversion of our democracy".

MPs are due to vote on the bill in the next 24 hours. Addressing the House she said:  "It's not perfect and it is a compromise, but when the history books are written, people will look at the decision of this House tomorrow and ask: 'Did we deliver on the country's vote to leave the EU, did we safeguard the economy, security and union, or did we let the British people down?'"

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She closed her statement saying "we should deliver for the British people and get on with building a better future for this country by backing this deal tomorrow."