Image caption Simon Coveney said: "There will be no withdrawal agreement without the backstop, end of story". May will say that the shape of the deal across "the vast majority" of its text is now clear.
In refusing to countenance a backstop that would keep just NI in the single market and customs union, or one that kept the whole United Kingdom in the customs union without defined termination date, or one that extended the UK's status in transition as a non-voting member of the EU till such time as a permanent solution to the border problem could be found (longer than a few months), Brexiter ministers are calculating that such resolve (or inflexibility, if you prefer) would be rewarded by a strengthening of the union between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Mrs May is facing demands to appear before the 1922 committee of Tory backbenchers on Wednesday to explain directly her negotiating strategy, but party chairman Brandon Lewis is now pencilled in to speak.
Prime Minister Theresa May will tell Britain's parliament on Monday (Oct 22) that Brexit negotiations are "95 per cent" complete but that she can not accept the European Union's Northern Ireland border proposals - as she faces down an increasingly mutinous faction within her own party.
Speaking to Sophy Ridge on her Sunday show, Mrs Braverman called for party unity as she warned the "biggest threat" facing the country was a "Jeremy Corbyn government".
Brexit secretary Dominic Raab responded to the disgruntled MPs by saying "now is the time to play for the team".
European Union loyalists will focus their attention on a group of up to 50 Tory MPs, including five government ministers, they have identified as "reachable", with The Times reporting that some parliamentarians are "already in direct talks with the People's Vote about backing a second referendum and money has been made available, sometimes at the request of individual MPs, for constituency polling" on the issue.
However, immediately before May spoke another potential issue flared up as a series of Conservative MPs complained about limitations on how a Commons motion on a final Brexit deal could be amended.
There will be no Brexit deal without the border backstop, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney has said.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis also piled on the pressure on May to attend this meeting and listen to the backbenchers' grievances. One told The Sunday Times that the prime minister had entered "the killing zone" this week, while another told The Mail on Sunday that she should "bring her own noose" if she went to the 1922 Committee meeting. Get a grip, Tories'.
Labour are also putting pressure on May, as Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer claims the current situation is a "mess of the prime minister's own making".
Fellow Brexiteer Tory Andrew Bridgen said the language was "unhelpful" and warned his fellow Brexiteers that it risked increasing sympathy and support for the Prime Minister. Under party rules May needs to win the support of just over half - 158 - to win a vote of no confidence, but many believe that she may not be able to continue as prime minister if more than 100 MPs were to vote against her.
Hurricane force winds extended out 25 miles from the storm's core and tropical storm force winds were up to 80 miles out. To add to the woes, the Tropical Storm Vicente will also threaten Mexico with heavy downpours in the coming days.
Tennessee Titans match when the errant football found the back of her head (and not whatever its presumed target must have been). This past Thursday it was Kurt Warner getting "tackled" by former teammate Larry Fitzgerald, and today it was Melissa Stark.
All officers assigned LE-5 cameras were instructed to immediately remove the cameras and bring them back to their commands. The NYPD said it would pull the affected devices while it investigates the issue.
Jubeir said the Saudis did not know how Khashoggi, a Saudi national and U.S. resident, had been killed or where his body was. They said the "hypotheses" proposed so far in the Saudi investigation need to be backed by facts to be considered credible.
A Coastguard search and rescue helicopter was searching the area but due to the low visibility in the area had to turn back. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said it received a number of emergency calls and reports of cries for help in the water.
We care deeply about our community, we are listening carefully, learning from these experiences and strengthening our university. The USC Student Health organization promised to provide more medical resources in Chinese for worldwide students from China.
I think Ronaldo learned from players like that". "All I am thinking about at the moment is Manchester United ". We can always bounce back and change a game around and if we keep doing well hopefully more wins will come".
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