Former Brexit secretary says Parliament will vote down Theresa May's proposed Brexit deal.
Theresa May's Brexit deal will be voted down in parliament, former Brexit minister has said, adding that alternative stopgap agreements could help provide a bridge in a no-deal scenario.
"We will I think inevitably see parliament vote this deal down, and then I think some of those other alternatives will need to come into play," Mr Raab told the BBC.
The former Brexit Secretary says that Theresa May must "listen and change course".
Prime Minister Theresa May says that she is "sorry" that Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab and Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey felt the need to leave the Cabinet.
But she refused to answer an LBC caller's question about "which resignation annoyed her most".
Rory Stewart claimed on 5 Live that 80% of British public supported the prime minister's Brexit deal.
Dominic Raab, who has resigned as Brexit secretary, says a change of course on Brexit is needed.