Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister – in the House of Commons on 6th February 2019.

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Photo of Mark Francois Mark Francois Conservative, Rayleigh and Wickford

Following on from the excellent question from my hon. Friend Sir Bernard Jenkin, I remind the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster that the House passed the so-called Brady amendment on 29 January. Three hundred and seventeen Members were present and actively involved, as they all voted for it, including my right hon. Friend and the whole Government. The amendment said:

“and requires the Northern Ireland backstop to be replaced with alternative arrangements to avoid a hard border”.

As the Government voted for it, will he confirm that that is still their policy, and if not, which bit of “replaced” was not clear?