UK PM Spokesman: Meaningful vote on Brexit won't be this week

The UK PM Theresa May's spokesman, James Slack was out on the wires in the last hour, via Reuters, saying that the government will bring a vote on Brexit deal to the Parliament as soon as possible but will not be this week. 

Additional quotes:

   •  The PM will make a statement in the Parliament on Tuesday to give lawmakers an update on Brexit talks. 
   •  The PM is working very hard to get assurances Parliament needs to support the Brexit deal.
   •  We’re absolutely clear that we are not considering Corbyn’s customs proposal.
   •  We must have an independent trade policy after Brexit.
   •  We will take whatever steps necessary for Britain to leave the EU on time. 
   •  UK economy continues to grow and remains fundamentally strong.

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