Dominic Raab says medical advice over re-opening garden centres now shows it could risk public health and the economy.
Brexit cabinet resignations
The suspension of Parliament begins and MPs reject a second call from Boris Johnson for a snap election.
Former cabinet member Dominic Raab has spoken to Andrew Marr about the Tory party leader position.
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Charles Walker says the Commons vote on the Brexit deal is one of the hardest decisions he's had to make.
The former Brexit secretary says that Theresa May must "listen and change course".
Justice Minister Rory Stewart has apologised after making up a Brexit statistic whilst on BBC Radio 5 Live.
Jo Johnson called for a fresh referendum as he resigned as transport minister over the Brexit deal.
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North Cornwall MP Scott Mann, who quit as a ministerial aide to the Treasury over the Chequers deal on Brexit, said he did it "to represent the views of my constituents".Copyright: Conservative Party
The former postman told BBC Radio Cornwall: "I'm not in Westminster to have a career."
In his resignation letter to the prime minister, he said he was not prepared to compromise their wishes to deliver what he called a watered down Brexit.Quote Message: I feel that the white Paper is in conflict with the aims and aspirations of the people in Cornwall who voted for Brexit, particularly those who feel disenfranchised by globalization and feel it hasn't worked for all parts of the country."
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North Cornwall Conservative MP Scott Mann has resigned from his government post over Brexit.
Mr Mann, who was a parliamentary private secretary (PPS) at the Treasury, is the latest member of the government to quit over concerns about Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans.
Robert Courts said over the weekend that he was quitting as a PPS at the Foreign Office to "express discontent" with Mrs May's policy before key Brexit votes on Monday.
Mr Mann said the current proposals would "put me in direct conflict with the views expressed by a large section of my constituents".
A parliamentary private secretary is an unpaid ministerial aide who is appointed by a minister to be their assistant.
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