Tory MP says Telegraph 'Brexit mutineer' splash led to her receiving threats – Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs and MPs debating the EU withdrawal bill

Matthew Pennycook, a shadow Brexit minister, is opening the EU withdrawal bill debate.

He says amendments like Labour’s NC58 (see 2.04pm) are designed to ensure that rights that people have from EU law, which are meant to be protected under the bill, don’t get “chipped away” in the future.

Here is the letter sent out by a lettings agency that Jeremy Corbyn mentioned at PMQs. (See 12.11pm.)

letter Corbyn brandished during PMQs Grimsby letting agents issuing a « notice seeking possession » because of 6 week universal credit gap pic.twitter.com/ZrdtJn3vCS

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