A Scottish Conservative MP has said if Theresa May’s Brexit deal comes back to parliament that he will not necessarily support it – even if the DUP do.
Ross Thomson, MP for Aberdeen South, told Sunday Politics Scotland that he will make up his own mind on the deal.
He said he had a lot of the same concerns as the Democratic Unionists.
He said the PM’s withdrawal agreement is “not the greatest” but he could “suck up” some issues if concerns on the backstop could be addressed.
Mr Thomson is one of a key group of Conservative MPs who have consistently opposed Theresa May’s deal, voting against it twice.
It is likely the prime minister will have to win over both the DUP and