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Buckland refuses to deny talks with PM and Sir Bob Neil
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland refused to deny he had held talks with the Prime Minister and senior Tory MP Sir Bob Neill over his amendment to the UK Internal Market Bill.
The Government is facing growing disgruntlement on its backbenches over its plans to override key elements of the Withdrawal Agreement by using domestic legislation.
Mr Buckland told Sky News: I dont think it would be right of me to start talking about private conversations.
But what I can say is that there are lots of discussions going on with MPs from all parts of the debate, not just Bob Neill but MPs in all parts of the Conservative Party.
We want to get on with this job, we want to get this Bill through, we want to make sure we are ready for any disagreements or disputes that might arise if we dont get agreement at the Joint Committee, and thats what were planning on.
Asked about whether he had spoken to Sir Bob, Mr Buckland added: I talk to Bob Neill regularly, I have talked to Bob Neill about the Internal Market Bill, I have spoken to other people (as well).
Pushed on whether he had raised Sir Bobs concerns with Boris Johnson, he said: Ive had lots of conversations with colleagues ultimately it is up to the Prime Minister and those responsible for business in Parliament to get the details (sorted).