What is the deal – and what happens next? PM to hold emergency Cabinet meeting this afternoon Cabinet approval would unlock Brexit summit in November Jacob Rees-Mogg: This government has lost the people’s trust Mrs May’s days are numbered, says Iain Duncan Smith Sign up here to the Telegraph’s Brexit WhatsApp group Theresa May is facing a major backlash which could threaten her Premiership after finally unveiling her Brexit deal to the Cabinet. Senior ministers were called in to Downing Street one-by-one on Tuesday night to be briefed on the deal ahead of an emergency Cabinet meeting Wednesday. The European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tory MPs were putting leave-supporting ministers under intense pressure to resign over the plan, with multiple Cabinet ministers thought to be considering their positions. Reports late Tuesday suggested that Mrs May had won the support of five ‘pivotal’ Cabinet ministers – Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, Dominic Raab, the Brexit Secretary, Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary and Geoffrey Cox, the Attorney General. However Cabinet sources suggested Mr Raab was ‘unhappy’ with parts of the deal. Andrea Leadsom, the Leader of the Commons, Penny Mordaunt, the International Development Secretary and Esther McVey, the Work and… Read full this story
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