A group of Brexit-supporting MPs asked by their colleagues to examine changes to Britain's EU divorce deal recommended that parliament reject it in a vote on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Theresa May and the EU have agreed fresh guarantees on the operation of the Irish border "backstop" plan in the deal, which risks keeping Britain indefinitely in a customs union with the bloc.
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox told MPs that her changes reduce the risk that Britain will be trapped in the backstop in the event that the EU refuses to exercise "good faith" in the talks to find an alternative to the backstop.
But he admitted it could still be trapped if the talks to find an alternative simply break down.
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