Crunch time for Brexit deal: what we know so far

Cabinet approval of a Brexit deal is seen as crucial for taking it to a full parliamentary vote and for determining whether the UK leaves the EU in an orderly fashion. Here’s what we know so far about its environmental implications.

Theresa May standing next to EU flag
Theresa May will meet with cabinet today to seek their approval on the withdrawal agreement

The cabinet will meet this afternoon to examine the withdrawal agreement struck between UK and EU negotiators in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Signing off on the agreement is seen as crucial for taking it to a full parliamentary vote - and for determining whether the UK leaves the EU in an orderly fashion.

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