The Irish "precautionary measure" – a reserve option designed to keep the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland open if the United Kingdom and the EU fail to enter into a trade agreement in a 21-month transitional period after the departure date in March 2019 –
This is controversial, as it would mean that Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom, remains roughly aligned with EU single market rules to avoid a "hard" border. with Ireland. This was controversial for law-makers across the spectrum, and was expected to focus on resolving the support problem in an attempt to convince politicians in its own conservative party and the opposition to back its agreement.
Sunday that Brexit's at risk of being "kidnapped" by the "Remainers" in parliament. May is expected to turn to Parliament on Monday afternoon and explain how she intends to deal with the deadlock on the Brexit deal.
Remainers and Brexiteers remain in difficulty with Brexit and what level of closeness the UK has to the block
"You have a leave and a" stay "of the parliament," said Lee Fox before the BBC on Sunday.
"Parliament has no right to kidnap the Brexit process … now they get some of those who have always been absolutely opposed to the outcome of the referendum trying to kidnap Brexit and actually steal the outcome of the people."
Meanwhile, shadow secretary Brexit Kier Starmer said that Britain now needs to be "realistic about what the possibilities are" when speaking on the BBC show Andrew Marr.
Kamal Sharma, director of G1
"There were many interesting weekend events, it seems that the Conservative Party is still struggling with itself, not talks between itself and the EU," he told CNBC Box Europe