"Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty sets out how an EU country might voluntarily leave the union. The wording is vague, almost as if the drafters thought it unlikely it would ever come into play. Now, it is the subject of a dispute between EU leaders desperate for certainty in the wake of the Brexit vote, and Brexiters in the UK playing for time.
Article 50 says: “Any member state may decide to withdraw from the union in accordance with its own constitutional requirements.”
When the commons voted to evoke Article 50 over two years ago although many were sceptical over the time limit, few realised how incompetent the Prime Minister and her Ministers would prove to be.
With only a few weeks until we leave the European Union , there seems no prospect of a deal which the EU would accept and Mrs May actual "deal" even if its passed seems to guarantee nothing.
"Every MP had their instructions, now ," Mr Davies said.