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If Theresa May had held any hope that her Brexit deal - and her own Premiership - could survive, it was dispelled in the space of an hour on Thursday morning.

At 11am Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, met the Prime Minister in Downing Street and made clear that he and other members of the Cabinet could not support the withdrawal agreement bill.

The tone of the meeting was said to be respectful, but the message was brutal. Mr Hunt told the Prime Minister that she should pull her agreement entirely.

He said the legislation, which paves the way to a legally-binding second referendum, was a step too far and loyal colleagues should not be forced to go through voting lobbies to back it.

Half an hour...

If Theresa May had held any hope that her Brexit deal - and her own Premiership - could survive, it was dispelled in the space of an hour on Thursday morning.

At 11am Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, met the Prime Minister in Downing Street and made clear that he and other members of the Cabinet could not support the withdrawal agreement bill.

The tone of the meeting was said to be respectful, but the message was brutal. Mr Hunt told the Prime Minister that she should pull her agreement entirely.

He said the legislation, which paves the way to a legally-binding second referendum, was a step too far and loyal colleagues should not be forced to go through voting lobbies to back it.

Half an hour...

If Theresa May had held any hope that her Brexit deal - and her own Premiership - could survive, it was dispelled in the space of an hour on Thursday morning.

At 11am Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, met the Prime Minister in Downing Street and made clear that he and other members of the Cabinet could not support the withdrawal agreement bill.

The tone of the meeting was said to be respectful, but the message was brutal. Mr Hunt told the Prime Minister that she should pull her agreement entirely.

He said the legislation, which paves the way to a legally-binding second referendum, was a step too far and loyal colleagues should not be forced to go through voting lobbies to back it.

Half an hour...

If Theresa May had held any hope that her Brexit deal - and her own Premiership - could survive, it was dispelled in the space of an hour on Thursday morning.

At 11am Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, met the Prime Minister in Downing Street and made clear that he and other members of the Cabinet could not support the withdrawal agreement bill.

The tone of the meeting was said to be respectful, but the message was brutal. Mr Hunt told the Prime Minister that she should pull her agreement entirely.

He said the legislation, which paves the way to a legally-binding second referendum, was a step too far and loyal colleagues should not be forced to go through voting lobbies to back it.

Half an hour...