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I will give way again soon because, unlike the Labour Front-Bench spokesman, I am happy to have a debate in the House of Commons.
The Government have the best interests of the whole Union at heart, which is why, for example, when we negotiate trade agreements, they a
Now that the hon. Gentleman wants to come into the debate, I welcome him.
I will not give way again.
The Government will continue to make the case for what they believe is a balanced and reasonable agreement.
Again, that is exactly the same pattern.
Perhaps the right hon.
I give way to my right hon. and learned Friend, but then I will make some progress, much as I am enjoying this.
As the Chancellor said in his introductory speech this afternoon, it is widely acknowledged that when there is an agreement, there is pot
It is certainly true that there has been some movement on this issue. Originally it was envisaged that the backstop had to be permanent.