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>> Secretary David Davis.>> The mandate is clear, we reject any attempt to undo, or delay the referendum result. Britain's Brexit Secretary David Davis, saying MPs will not have a vote on negotiations ahead of Britain triggering Article 50.>> As the Prime Minister has said more than once, we will make a success of Brexit and no one should seek to find ways to thwart the will of the people expressed in a referendum on the 23rd of June.
>> Meanwhile across the Channel Prime Minister Theresa May on tour in Europe to talk things over. First stop, Copenhagen on Monday to meet her Danish counterpart before heading to the Hague and then Spain. May reiterated her decision to trigger Article 50 no later than March next year. She says she expects to guarantee the legal rights of EU nationals in the UK as long as Britain and Europe get the same treatment.
>> But I want the agreement that we come to to reflect the kind of mature, cooperative relationship that close friends and allies have.>> In his parting words, Denmark's Prime Minister, echoing her wishes for an amicable parting, but not before telling Britain that when it leaves, it will be missed.