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Theresa May has warned her'Brexit bully critics she will fight on if they try to oust her- meaning rebels will need the backing of 159 Tory MPs to bring her down

The MPs said: "Our departure must be absolute". She said that any deal needed to protect businesses, jobs and the economy, adding: "Otherwise we will not be thanked for the mess that we end up in."Mrs May responded saying that she was working for a Brexit deal that would ensure prosperity for our economy going into the future".

"One former Tory leader, Sir Robert Peel, chose to break his manifesto pledge and passed legislation with the majority of his party voting the other way".

"At least he did so for a policy that worked".

North Dorset MP Simon Hoare said "the hectoring nonsense" and "blackmail" had to stop and urged his party to wake up to the potential "calamity" of a Jeremy Corbyn-led government.

"I don't think so, no", Gove told the BBC in an interview when asked if any ministers will be resigning.

It comes after three ministers accused Rees-Mogg of "insolence" and told him to "pipe down" after making another veiled threat against the Prime Minister over Brexit. Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said in May that the customs cost of Brexit would be £20 billion, more than 1% of gross domestic product (GDP), and warned time was running out to deliver the system by Brexit at the end of March 2019. "I am sure that she will deliver a Brexit that is entirely consistent with the promises she has made".

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Briefing Cabinet ministers ahead of the Chequers talks, Oliver Robbins is said to have painted a bleak picture of the situation, with a source telling The Times they came out of the meeting thinking "we were even more screwed than we were before".

Brexiteers oppose the PM's favoured option of a customs partnership with the EU, which would see the United Kingdom collect tariffs set by the EU customs union on goods entering the country on behalf of the bloc. Secondly, the alternative was the maximum facilitation scheme (max fac), which involved new technology and trusted traders.

Prime Minister May will try to clarify business concerns during Cabinet crunch talks on Brexit at her Chequers retreat on Friday.

"Now, with the time running out ahead of the UK's exit from the European Union, business patience is reaching breaking point". In the hope a truce can be agreed between her feuding ministers, the strategy will be set out in a white paper the following week.

She did not deny that the government was now pursuing a Norwegian-style model of single market co-operation following reports in The Times that Downing Street was looking at this option.When asked by Jacob Rees-Mogg whether she would confirm that Britain would leave the EU's customs union at the end of the transition period and no longer be tied to setting the same tariff rates on goods as those set by the European Union, Mrs May said that the United Kingdom would be leaving but declined to answer the second part of his question.She also sidestepped a question from the Labour MP Pat McFadden on whether she would be prepared to extend the transition period.

"We both need to show flexibility to build the deep relationship after we have left that is in the interests of both our peoples".

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