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John Bercow stunned Westminster when he unexpectedly announced he would block a third meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal.

The Commons Speaker cited a parliamentary convention dating back to 1604 as he said he would only allow another vote if the Prime Minister changed her deal because MPs had already rejected it.

On Wednesday, Mr Bercow issued a fresh warning that substantial changes were required to allow a third meaningful vote on Mrs May's Brexit deal.

His remarks came before Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay revealed the Government would table a motion to enable the Commons to sit on Friday as it bids to secure approval for its deal.

Mr Bercow now finds himself at the centre of a political...

John Bercow stunned Westminster when he unexpectedly announced he would block a third meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal.

The Commons Speaker cited a parliamentary convention dating back to 1604 as he said he would only allow another vote if the Prime Minister changed her deal because MPs had already rejected it.

On Wednesday, Mr Bercow issued a fresh warning that substantial changes were required to allow a third meaningful vote on Mrs May's Brexit deal.

His remarks came before Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay revealed the Government would table a motion to enable the Commons to sit on Friday as it bids to secure approval for its deal.

Mr Bercow now finds himself at the centre of a political...

John Bercow stunned Westminster when he unexpectedly announced he would block a third meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal.

The Commons Speaker cited a parliamentary convention dating back to 1604 as he said he would only allow another vote if the Prime Minister changed her deal because MPs had already rejected it.

On Wednesday, Mr Bercow issued a fresh warning that substantial changes were required to allow a third meaningful vote on Mrs May's Brexit deal.

His remarks came before Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay revealed the Government would table a motion to enable the Commons to sit on Friday as it bids to secure approval for its deal.

Mr Bercow now finds himself at the centre of a political...

John Bercow stunned Westminster when he unexpectedly announced he would block a third meaningful vote on Theresa May’s deal.

The Commons Speaker cited a parliamentary convention dating back to 1604 as he said he would only allow another vote if the Prime Minister changed her deal because MPs had already rejected it.

On Wednesday, Mr Bercow issued a fresh warning that substantial changes were required to allow a third meaningful vote on Mrs May's Brexit deal.

His remarks came before Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay revealed the Government would table a motion to enable the Commons to sit on Friday as it bids to secure approval for its deal.

Mr Bercow now finds himself at the centre of a political...