Steve Baker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department for Exiting the European Union, raged during a huge House of Commons debate over Brexit.
Mr Baker announced that the Government would be releasing documents which analyse the impacts of Brexit to 58 different sectors in the UK.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr Baker said that the documents will take up to three weeks to publish the economic impact of Brexit before he turned on the Labour Party.
He said: “The situation, Mr Speaker, is that the Government, as I have explained, carries out a wide range of analysis across these sectors in order to inform our negotiating position.
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“Our purpose is to develop our negotiating capital.
“Our purpose is not to create the kind of stories which the honourable gentleman seems to be pursuing.
“The Government holds a wide range of information across a wide range of documents, the information is provided by departments and collated by my department, but what it does not comprise, Mr Speaker, and what it has never comprised is quantitative forecasts of impact on those sectors.
“What I will say is I think the public will