MPs across Devon remain split on Brexit as the House of Commons prepares to vote on what Theresa May claims is her improved deal.
Speaking in Strasbourg last night, the Prime Minster said concerns over the Irish border have been addressed.
The Government insists it's got the 'legally binding' changes MPs wanted as three new documents ensure the Irish backstop - designed to avoid a hard border - could not trap the UK in a permanent customs union.
The MP for Newton Abbot Anne Marie Morris doesn't believe the UK needs the Prime Minister's deal and could leave under World Trade Organisation rules
The MP for Totnes Dr Sarah Wollaston is campaigning for a second referendum instead
There is an alternative to the PM ‘pulling’ the vote on her Deal tomorrow; she could and should be ‘putting’ it to the people. Warts & all, this Deal is as good as it gets, it’s what #Brexit looks like & people deserve the #righttovote on it and have the #FinalSay— Sarah Wollaston MP (@sarahwollaston) March 11, 2019
Torbay MP Kevin Foster believes the Prime Minister's deal is the best option
Labour is critical, saying the changes add nothing to what's already been said.