Former Cabinet minister John Whittingdale 'could back May deal'

Former Cabinet minister John Whittingdale becomes the latest senior Eurosceptic to back May's deal Mr Whittingdale was one of 118 Tory MPs who voted May's deal down in January Said he may now support the Prime Minister’s plan to ensure Brexit not delayed Declared PM had to secure 'something that gives legal certainty' on backstop  

By Jason Groves Political Editor For The Daily Mail

Published: 00:49 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 00:49 GMT, 1 March 2019

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Mr Whittingdale, who was one of 118 Tory MPs who voted it down in January, hinted he may now support the Prime Minister’s plan to ensure Brexit is not delayed – or called off

Mr Whittingdale, who was one of 118 Tory MPs who voted it down in January, hinted he may now support the Prime Minister’s plan to ensure Brexit is not delayed – or called off

Former Cabinet minister John Whittingdale has become the latest senior Eurosceptic to suggest he could back Theresa May’s deal.

Mr Whittingdale, who was one of 118 Tory MPs who voted it down in January, hinted he may now support the Prime Minister’s plan to ensure Brexit is not delayed – or called off.

The former culture secretary said he continued to have concerns about the deal’s

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