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The oddest thing about Geoffrey Cox's tussle with Brussels is that he has to secure enough change to the backstop to allow him to provide a sunnier legal opinion of Theresa May's Brexit deal. In other words, the Attorney General hopes to get the deal through Parliament by finding a way to convince himself it is better.

Whatever he says is not going to be heard unquestioningly by Brexiteers, as they have lawyerly expertise of their own to draw on. Seven Brexit-backing MPs with legal training and a prominent Eurosceptic lawyer have stepped up to examine Mr Cox's claims as part of what has come to be seen as the European Research Group's "star chamber".

The ERG's legal eagles have excited many pundits....

The oddest thing about Geoffrey Cox's tussle with Brussels is that he has to secure enough change to the backstop to allow him to provide a sunnier legal opinion of Theresa May's Brexit deal. In other words, the Attorney General hopes to get the deal through Parliament by finding a way to convince himself it is better.

Whatever he says is not going to be heard unquestioningly by Brexiteers, as they have lawyerly expertise of their own to draw on. Seven Brexit-backing MPs with legal training and a prominent Eurosceptic lawyer have stepped up to examine Mr Cox's claims as part of what has come to be seen as the European Research Group's "star chamber".

The ERG's legal eagles have excited many pundits....

The oddest thing about Geoffrey Cox's tussle with Brussels is that he has to secure enough change to the backstop to allow him to provide a sunnier legal opinion of Theresa May's Brexit deal. In other words, the Attorney General hopes to get the deal through Parliament by finding a way to convince himself it is better.

Whatever he says is not going to be heard unquestioningly by Brexiteers, as they have lawyerly expertise of their own to draw on. Seven Brexit-backing MPs with legal training and a prominent Eurosceptic lawyer have stepped up to examine Mr Cox's claims as part of what has come to be seen as the European Research Group's "star chamber".

The ERG's legal eagles have excited many pundits....

The oddest thing about Geoffrey Cox's tussle with Brussels is that he has to secure enough change to the backstop to allow him to provide a sunnier legal opinion of Theresa May's Brexit deal. In other words, the Attorney General hopes to get the deal through Parliament by finding a way to convince himself it is better.

Whatever he says is not going to be heard unquestioningly by Brexiteers, as they have lawyerly expertise of their own to draw on. Seven Brexit-backing MPs with legal training and a prominent Eurosceptic lawyer have stepped up to examine Mr Cox's claims as part of what has come to be seen as the European Research Group's "star chamber".

The ERG's legal eagles have excited many pundits....