Penrtih and the Border MP Rory Stewart says he will be voting against 'No deal' at tonight's vote in Parliament.

"I will be voting against No Deal tonight, because I believe that it would be infinitely better to leave the European Union with a proper agreement in place to give us a responsible transition period to protect our industry and future," said Mr Stewart.

"I do not want to see tariffs of 40 per cent imposed on agricultural goods, nor do I believe that the significant economic and legal disruption - which would result from the abrupt ending of British involvement in systems which govern everything from healthcare distribution to scientific cooperation - to be desirable.

"I want a responsible, pragmatic Brexit - with Parliament engaging constructively in the process - and I will continue to argue for this over the coming days".