No Deal Brexit: Should we still leave the EU without an agreement? Vote in our poll

MPs are currently taking part in a week of debate ahead of a vote on the Prime Minister's Brexit deal next week.

Thursday, 10th January 2019, 10:34 am
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 12:51 pm
Would you rather proceed with a no-deal Brexit than not at all? Picture: PA.

Theresa May's plan was originally due to be put before the Commons in December, but was postponed over fears she would lose. As part of the discussions, a single debate will be held on Monday surrounding seven petitions which have attracted more than 650,000 signatures from the public. The petitions range from those calling for a no-deal Brexit, to those demanding a second referendum. Ahead of the vote on Tuesday (January 15), we want to know if you think a no-deal Brexit is better than a bad deal.

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Today, Business Secretary Greg Clark has warned there was a danger that the country could "fall into" a no-deal unless MPs came together to agree a way forward.

He added: "The default is in law that unless we have a deal, then we will fall into no-deal.

"What Parliament needs to do is recognise that we need to put differences aside and establish agreement on a deal. It is something that has to involve the whole of Parliament."