This could add the reopening of the withdrawal agreement of EU, even though that comes with risk according to the sources. Theresa May is learned to be forcing the EU for bouncing on the backstop. This is the EU Prime Minister’s section in which withdrawal agreement is meant to restrain the coming back to the border in Northern Ireland.

It would see the UK ranged with EU customs rules until a prospective trade deal is approved that does not include a physical border between the UK and EU border on the island of Ireland.

The backdrop is denoted to be a temporary measure but the UK can’t leave it without the negative approach of EU under the terms of the refusal agreement.

Many MPs terror will mean the UK will finish unlimitedly tied to the EU with no say over its regulations – and that is why they are preparing to vote against the denial agreement. Those battling for another EU referendum have meanwhile been given a  promotion by the European Court of Justice which has administered that the UK can dismiss Brexit without the allowance of the other 27 EU members.

Former foreign secretary Dame Margaret Beckett who is fighting for another poll, said, “This is confirmation that it is still up to us to decide whether we want to keep the existing deal we’ve got in the EU rather than accept a bad deal negotiated by the government”.

But the Environment Secretary Michael Gove said the governing does not alter the intention of the government to leave the EU in March 2019.

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