"Theresa May’s fragile truce with pro-EU Tory MPs is close to breaking down after Downing Street limited talks on allowing the Commons to shape Brexit if it rejects a deal with Brussels," The Times wrote in a recently published article.
According to the news outlet, 'Brexiteers' are concerned over the fact that this could cripple negotiations with Brussels since "the EU could be confident the government couldn’t walk away from talks rather than accept a bad deal."
Today, MPs are discussing the strategy they need to follow in order to keep Britain in the customs union with access to the single market.
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