The British government said they will published the "final and full" advice on Wednesday.
In a historic first, the British Parliament found the government of Prime MinisterTheresa Mayin contempt on Tuesday for failing to release in full the advice it received from the country's top law officer about the terms of exiting the EU.
They put forward a motion, which was backed by 311-293 in a vote on Tuesday, that found ministers in contempt of Parliament and ordered the immediate publication of the advice.
Many lawmakers were also angry over being shown what they described as a summary, not the full legal advice on May's Brexit deal which her government had seen.
The unprecedented defeat was compounded when the government lost another key vote on the power MPs would have if May's Brexit deal is voted down next Tuesday.
Labour's shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer said the finding of contempt was "a badge of shame" for the Government, with "huge constitutional and political significance".
The vote marked the first time in history a United Kingdom government has been found in contempt of parliament.
We've tested the opinion of the House twice on this very serious subject.
If May's Brexit plan is voted down, the government would have to come back to Parliament with an alternative plan within 21 days and it could then be changed by MPs - a growing number of whom favour a Norway-style relationship which would include Single Market membership.
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With the prime minister's challenge in winning next week's vote looking all but insurmountable, MPs in the deeply-divided House of Commons are increasingly concerned about what happens next.
The advice from the ECJ advocate general - not binding but usually heeded by the court - suggested to some lawmakers that revoking Britain's "Article 50" divorce notice was an option.
Pro-EU lawmakers said they had made the prospect of a "no-deal" Brexit less likely by securing an amendment giving Parliament more power to guide the government's next steps if the deal is rejected on December 11.
This could open the door for the Commons to throw its weight behind a Norway-style soft Brexit or even a second European Union referendum, though prominent Leave-backing MPs questioned whether any such vote would be binding on ministers. He added: "Theresa May's majority has evaporated, and the credibility of her deal is evaporating with it".
The British leader kickstarted five days of parliamentary debate on her proposed withdrawal agreement with a statement to parliament on Tuesday.
A small number of Labour rebels could support her, but the party's official position is to vote against the deal.
Meanwhile, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney hit back at "unfair" criticism, after pro-Brexit MPs accused him of scaremongering.
The Prime Minister faces widespread opposition from MPs across the Commons - including both the Leave and Remain wings of her own party - ahead of the vote. They claim that London will be forced to follow European Union rules without having a say in them; they also say that the European Union common external tariff will prevent London from enforcing free trade agreements on goods with non-EU countries.
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In Paris , police said they had arrested more than 400 people while 133 were injured, including 23 members of the security forces. The police used teargas, flash-balls and water cannons while some protesters responded with stone-throwing, flares and fireworks.
The South used the trains to move construction materials north, while clothing and shoes made at the factory park were sent south. The UN Security Council granted the South sanctions exemptions to carry fuel and other equipment into the North for the survey.
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However, the Saudi Arabian minister was less confident than previously, and he did not specify an actual cut in oil production. Wise stated that that would depend on the severity of cuts adopted by OPEC and its allies.
Yesterday Mr Trump cancelled a planned sit down with Mr Putin, citing Russia's recent seizure of Ukrainian ships and sailors. Mattis and Pompeo urged senators to support the U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen, including assistance to Saudi Arabia.
When asked to elaborate on the lessons he learned, he replied: "Just be in the right place at the right time". Police did not arrest Hunt, because they were reportedly unable to determine if a crime had been committed.
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