Theresa May is facing renewed pressure from MPs to guarantee the rights of more than three million EU citizens to remain in the UK.
A cross-party committee of MPs, including Michael Gove and other Tory Brexit campaigners, have called on the Prime Minister to guarantee the future rights of EU nationals living in Britain.
In a parliamentary report published on Sunday, the committee said that EU citizens should not be used as “bargaining chips” in negotiations over Brexit.
Mr Gove, the co-chairman of the official Vote Leave campaign, is one of several pro-Brexit Conservative MPs on The Commons Exiting the EU Committee behind the report.
If even pro-Brexit MPs such as Michael Gove think that the rights of EU migrants need to be guaranteed, the prime minister really needs to listen.