MPs will have a choice between Theresa May's Brexit deal and an extension to Article 50, according to a report on the ITV News website.

The report, an exclusive by Angus Walker, claims that Olly Robbins could be heard in a hotel bar talking about the process of leaving the EU.

Robbins was overheard by other guests as he gossiped about Brexit, the Cabinet and MPs and was speaking in such a manner could be heard fairly easily.

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The ITV reporter said that he was "hearing chunks of their conversation and not every single word".

Robbins is reported to have said: “The issue is whether Brussels is clear on the terms of extension. In the end they will probably just give us an extension.”

The Prime Minister has repeatedly said that the only choices facing MPs are her deal and a no-deal Brexit. 

The leader of the SNP at Westminster Ian Blackford called May’s “binary choice” between her deal and a no deal laughable and urged her to end the “economic madness”.

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