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MPs are expected to reject Mrs May's deal - but Shinzo Abe has backed it during a visit to London.
The British government will accept a demand by parliament to set out its plan B within days if Prime Minister Theresa May's deal is rejected next week, Andrea Leadsom, the Leader of the House of Commons said on Thursday.
The draft script for Commons vote suggests the PM faces a heavy defeat but will all the deal's Tory critics actually rebel?
Tesco chief executive, Dave Lewis, warned it would not be possible to make arrangements for fresh food if we crash out of the EU.