James Cleverly admits concerns with the prime minister’s deal, but adds that ” no one’s massively happy” with it.
The Conservative Party deputy chairman has described how the prime minister is trying to give critics of her deal the “opportunity” to support the agreement.
The economy will dominate the discussions in the House of Commons as Theresa May tries to convince MPs to back her deal.
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