No 10 rejects any concessions for rebel Tories on Brexit bill

Ex Northern Ireland secretary Karen Bradley joins those to abstain on internal market bill

Downing Street has denied it is considering any concessions to angry MPs who abstained on controversial Brexit legislation, despite hopes raised by Michael Gove in the Commons on Monday night.

The list of Conservative MPs who deliberately abstained on the internal market bill, rather than having been absent for the vote, swelled to at least 20 on Tuesday, with the addition of the former Northern Ireland secretary Karen Bradley.

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