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11 February 2019, 11:17 | Glen Norman
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Britain is due to leave the European Union on March 29, but parliament has rejected May's divorce deal, leaving the prime minister to seek changes from a resistant EU.
That would allow them to have another attempt at winning a majority for an amendment that could force the prime minister's hand - if she has not brought a reworked version of her Brexit deal back to parliament for MPs' approval before then.
Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel says the U.K.is a "disunited kingdom" where pro-Brexit politicians lack ideas and courage.
The BBC Politics host Jo Coburn then asked what the EU's response had been to pleas from nations to renegotiate effectively with the UK. British lawmakers in January overwhelmingly rejected the deal she had agreed with Brussels past year.
The existing Political Declaration - the part of the Brexit deal setting out the goals for the future UK-EU relationship - "explicitly provides for the benefits of a customs union - no tariffs, fees, charges or quantitative restrictions across all sectors and no checks on rules of origin", said the PM.
Last week, a Conservative lawmaker involved in discussions with the government about changes to the deal said that if May could demonstrate that the European Union was willing to renegotiate, she would buy herself some more time and avoid a potential flashpoint in parliament on February 14.
EU and United Kingdom officials are discussing what concessions the Europeans could make to help May push a deal through Parliament by Brexit day on March 29.
MPs may not be given a vote on a revised version of Theresa May's Brexit deal this month, a minister has said.
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The residency rights of Swiss and British nationals already living in each other's countries will be guaranteed after Britain leaves the EU.
The Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade, The Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, signed the UK-Switzerland agreement in Bern today (Monday 11th February) with Swiss Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin.
Asked if changes to the backstop proposals could come in a separate codicil to the Withdrawal Agreement, Mr Johnson said: "I don't think that would be good enough". It would also prevent Britain negotiating bilateral trade deals with non-EU countries.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has written to the Prime Minister setting out five demands that would have to be met for his MPs to support a deal, including a permanent customs union and close alignment with the single market. He says May's agreement can achieve "a great deal of what Jeremy Corbyn is interested in without taking away that option of having other trade deals".
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