Tomorrow’s vote will depend on whether May has the numbers backing the deal.
On Monday, Britain’s Foreign Minister Jeremy Hun stated, the Britain’s government will only hold another meaningful vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday provided it is certain that the divided House of Commons would back it.
Hunt is in Brussels holding talks with his EU peers.
When asked on the probability of tomorrow’s vote, he said, “We hope it will. But we need to be comfortable that we’ll have the numbers.”
He went on to add, “The risk of no-deal, at least as far as the UK parliament is concerned, has receded somewhat but the risk of Brexit paralysis has not”.
There were “cautious signs of encouragement” that May’s deal could go through, said Hunt.