David Cameron has been advising Theresa May on how to give MPs a “greater role” in resolving any future Brexit deadlock, sources have told the BBC.

The ex-prime minister has been speaking to his successor about what may happen if her proposed deal is vetoed by MPs.

Several ministers want MPs to be allowed to express their views on “Plan B” options to try to find a consensus.

Downing Street said there were “no plans” for this and

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