A Tory politician has accused Wycombe MP and Brexit minister Steve Baker of "a gross contempt" after he said the Government would publish analysis of the economic impact of Brexit within three weeks.

Former minister Anna Soubry also called on Steve Baker to publish the material "properly and quickly".

A series of opposition MPs also accused the minister of contempt, with the documents having not been released nearly a week after MPs backed a motion in the Commons.

Ms Soubry said: "Would the minister please take this matter seriously? This is a gross contempt of this place.

"The Government was specifically asked if it wasn't going to vote against the motion, then what was its problem.

"Disclose this material, and disclose it properly and quickly."

MPs last week approved a parliamentary motion which pushed the Government to release its analysis on 58 sectors of the economy to the Exiting the EU Select Committee, with Speaker John Bercow encouraging ministers to outline when this will occur.

Mr Baker said: "Our analysis is constantly evolving and being updated - it is not, nor has it ever been, a series of impact assessments examining the quantitative impact of Brexit on these sectors.

"Given this, it will take the Government some time to collate and bring together this information in a way that is accessible and informative to the committee.

"We will provide this information to the committee as soon as is possible. We have made clear to the House authorities that we currently expect this to be no more than three weeks."

Shadow Brexit minister Matthew Pennycook had questioned what is preventing information currently available from being given to the committee immediately, adding the "farce" has "dragged on for far too long".

Mr Baker said the information is provided by different departments and collated by the Department for Exiting the European Union.

He added: "I think the public will look at the Labour Party today, look at what they're asking for, they will look at the kind of narrative which members opposite are trying to create and they will ask whose side are they on?"

Labour's David Lammy, a former minister, said of Mr Baker: "Surely he is in contempt of the House and we should repurpose the Tower for his and his department heads' purpose."

Fellow Labour MP Mike Gapes (Ilford South) accused Mr Baker of "slippery evasions", comments he later withdrew at the request of Mr Bercow.

Labour's Hilary Benn, who chairs the select committee, said: "I am concerned, I have to say, to read in the letter the Secretary of State sent to me that ministers now intend, and I quote, to collate and bring together this information in a way that is accessible and informative for the committee.

"I would expect the committee to receive these documents in the form they were when the motion was carried - in other words, unamended."

Mr Benn added it was up to the committee to decide in what form they were published.