UK: May accused of 'concealing the facts' of Brexit

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May was accused of "concealing the facts" and "misleading the House" after the government released its legal advice on Brexit earlier on Wednesday, which warns of an indefinite backstop arrangement.

The legal advice was published after MPs voted to find the government in contempt of Parliament for ignoring an earlier Commons vote to publish the entire document - instead publishing a shorter, 43 page summary on Monday.

MP Ian Blackford accused the government of forcing MPs to "drag" the facts out of Parliament, calling it a "government in crisis" with little support for May's Brexit deal.

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