Eurosceptic Tory MPs are threatening to vote against what was supposed to be a simple Brexit vote for Theresa May.
The MPs are concerned that today's vote could express support for taking no-deal off the table.
If the ERG — which can count up to 60 votes — decides to vote against the motion on those grounds, it means the prime minister will suffer another humiliating defeat on what should have been an easy win.
Downing Street believes 27 February is the key Brexit date where MPs could...
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