By Tim Sculthorpe, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline
Published: 11:05 GMT, 20 March 2019 | Updated: 11:11 GMT, 20 March 2019
Labour joined a move to force an emergency debate on Brexit delay today amid fears John Bercow (pictured today in Westminster) will trash Commons procedure again to hand MPs control
Labour joined a move to force an emergency debate on Brexit delay today amid fears John Bercow will trash Commons procedure again to hand MPs control.
Rumours are swirling in Westminster of an attempt to stage votes later today on what kind of Brexit Parliament will support on the eve of a crucial EU summit.
Labour will back the plan if Theresa May refuses to make a statement on her plans. She is giving no formal statement - but will appear at PMQs at noon.
Mrs May will fly to Brussels tomorrow to ask for a short delay to Brexit - apparently to use as leverage to get her deal agreed by MPs next week.
Her move flouts warnings from her own deputy just six days ago that requesting a short delay without