According to The Times' political editor Sam Coates, the timetable discussed in Whitehall today showed that the Brexit withdrawal agreement could be published on Tuesday following a meeting with British Brexit secretary Raab and the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Barnier.
"Under one draft timetable discussed in Whitehall today:
- Cabinet likely Monday.
- Tue am Raab meet Barnier.
- Tue pm publication of full Withdrawal - Agreement and outline political declaration.
- Tue pm confirm likely EC council.
- Wed am PM statement to Commons."
Sam Coates tweeted out.
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