Cabinet members leave Downing Street following meeting with PM

Cabinet members leave Downing Street following meeting with PM

The DUP’s Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson said the Prime Minister’s deal was a ‘prison’ for the UK locked by a key held by EU negotiator Michel Barnier. The intervention is devastating to Mrs May’s bleak hopes of getting her EU divorce through Parliament. Downing Street had a glimmer of hope this morning when Brexiteer ringleader Jacob Rees-Mogg and other Eurosceptics signalled they are ready to U-turn and support the PM. But if the DUP refuse to endorse the deal at the 11th hour Mrs May’s chances of winning 75 more votes at the third attempt than she managed on March 12 appear to be shrinking fast. The Prime Minister has until Friday to pass her deal and secure an orderly exit from the EU – while ministers have threatened to call a general election if the chaos continues and they have a soft Brexit forced upon them in the coming weeks. But the U-turns from Tories Mr Rees-Mogg, Michael Fabricant and James Gray may prove too late, with some of their hardcore Brexiteer colleagues including Mark Francois and the DUP still refusing to vote for the deal before Friday. The Prime Minister is now expected to address her MPs on Wednesday night, and speculation is high that she could offer to step down to get her deal over the line in a vote on Thursday. Boris Johnson has already indicated that he could back the deal if she agrees to go.

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