May calls on Labour to 'put differences aside' on Brexit

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"As such, she is not empowered to make any deal with the Labour Party which itself suffered a very similar result".

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He also said he had no trust in the prime minister and accused her of having "blown" confidentiality after details of the talks were briefed to Sunday newspapers.

Labour and the Conservatives would then leave open whether this would lead in future to Labour's preferred customs union, with EU consultation rights, or the looser arrangement favoured by the Conservatives. "Let's do a deal", she wrote in The Mail on Sunday newspaper.

The Sunday Times reported that the Conservatives would offer new concessions to Labour when talks restart on Tuesday, including a temporary customs union with the EU, which would last until a national election due in June 2022. "I actually think she's jeopardised the negotiations for her own personal protection".

The concessions will include a comprehensive but temporary customs arrangement with the European Union lasting until the next general election, the Times said, citing a source involved in the talks.

Eurosceptic lawmaker John Redwood tweeted on Sunday that a cross-party agreement that amounted to staying in the bloc was "the last thing we need".

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"So we're dealing with a very unstable Government and let me just use this analogy: it's trying to enter into a contract with a company that's going into administration and the people who are going to take over are not willing to fulfil that contract".

But suggestions that May's government might make a deal that accepts Labour's demand for close economic ties with the European Union have infuriated pro-Brexit Conservatives, who are demanding May's resignation.

Opposition MPs have written to Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn insisting they will not support a Brexit deal unless there is a firm guarantee it will be put to a confirmatory referendum.

Other members, including numerous influential backbench 1922 Committee of MPs have told Mrs May to go or suggested that they will change party rules in order to force a second vote of no confidence in her leadership.

A temporary customs union would also be likely to raise EU concerns that it could lead to customs checks on the border between euro zone member Ireland and the United Kingdom province of Northern Ireland if it later breaks down - something Ireland objects to strongly.

"I think a deal can be done". "Accepting there'd be no new referendum would split Labour".

"They don't want us to bail the prime minister out of the problem of her own making, and a very large number of our members think the people should decide on what that deal looks like".

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