Talks with the European Union to secure changes to a Brexit deal are now deadlocked and British Prime Minister Theresa May has no plans to go to Brussels on Monday, a government source said.
The source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the talks were not moving forward on May’s desire to get changes to the divorce deal. May says such changes are needed to get the agreement through parliament in a vote due on Tuesday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to change the status of Tuesday’s parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal, The Sun’s political editor, Tom Newton Dunn, said.
“PM meeting with senior aides in No10 now to plot a way through this week’s carnage,” he said on Twitter. “I’m told it’s most likely she will decide to change tomorrow’s vote from a meaningful one to a provisional one.”