The UK government has published an overview of the legal advice it received on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Ministers are under pressure from all parties to publish the full advice, with Labour warning of a “constitutional crisis”.
The PM says the advice is confidential, but some MPs think ministers do not want to admit it says the UK could be indefinitely tied to EU customs rules.
Attorney General Geoffrey Cox will make a statement about it later.
Sam Gyimah, who quit the government on Friday, said releasing the full advice was “key to restoring trust in politics”.
MPs say this will not not respect a binding Commons vote last month, which required the government to lay before Parliament “any legal advice in full”.