There has been widespread criticism of the draft 585-page withdrawal agreement – and a short paper setting out what the UK and EU’s future relationship could look like – which is set to be signed off at a summit this weekend.
Two of the prime minister’s cabinet ministers resigned over the proposed deal, while others are believed to be trying to change its wording.
Speculation continues over whether the number of Tory MPs submitting letters of no-confidence in Mrs May will reach the 48 required to trigger a confidence vote on her leadership of the Conservative Party.
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Mrs May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn are both addressing the business lobby group the CBI at its annual conference in London.
She told them that her plan would provide a fair immigration system that would help young people in the UK get jobs and training.
“It will no longer be the case that EU nationals, regardless of the skills or experience they have to offer, can jump the queue ahead of engineers from Sydney or software developers from Delhi.
“Instead of a system based on where a person is from, we will have one that is built around the talents and skills a person has to offer.”