PMQs live: Theresa May expected to face grilling over Brexit strategy
David Davis had suggested it was 'very improbable' Britain would remain in the single market
Theresa May faces her first Prime Prime Minister's Questions session since returning from the G20 summit in China and is expected to face criticism over the Government’s strategy for exiting the European Union in Wednesday's session. You can follow the session in the House of Commons here.
Mrs May distanced herself from the suggestion by Brexit Secretary David Davis that remaining part of the EU’s single market is “very improbable”.
A Number 10 spokesperson said Mr Davis’s claim was “his opinion” – and not policy.