Sunday, 10 February 2019 00:00

"PRIME MINISTER MUST PUBLISH HER BREXIT ANALYSIS"

Ian Blackford MP has said the Prime Minister must publish the UK government's analysis on her Brexit deal, and failing to do so is the “height of irresponsibility.” 

After raising the issue with Theresa May during Prime Minister's Questions last month, the SNP's Westminster Leader received a letter from the Prime Minister, confirming that such analysis of her deal did exist. 

The letter confirms that the UK government's analysis "focuses on the relative impacts of different trading relationships in the long term." 

Mr Blackford has criticised Number 10 for failing to put such analysis to Members of Parliament before voting on May's deal. 

Ian Blackford MP said:

"Theresa May has confirmed UK government analysis of her Brexit deal exists - now we must see it. 

“It is the height of irresponsibility for the Prime Minister to bring her deal to Parliament without providing the analysis of its impact – we know her deal will cost jobs.

“It is ludicrous for MPs to be asked to vote on a deal while completely blind to the economic consequences.

“The Prime Minister must end this shroud of secrecy – and come clean with MPs and the country." 

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