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The UK is facing a "constitutional crisis" if Theresa May does not publish legal advice on her Brexit deal on Monday, Labour has warned. The prime minister insists the advice is confidential - but critics say it could sink her deal if it is published. Attorney General Geoffrey Cox will make a statement on it on Monday, ahead of five days of debate on the deal. Some MPs believe the full legal advice suggests the UK could end up in an indefinite customs union with the EU. MPs from all parties say the statement from the attorney general does not respect a binding Commons vote last month, which required the government to lay before Parliament "any legal advice in full". Labour is planning to ... Full story

2 December