Theresa May has briefed her Cabinet on a major Brexit speech she is due to deliver tomorrow.
The speech, laying out the Government’s plan for the UK’s future relationship with the EU, will attempt to offer enough to her Remainer and Eurosceptic backbenchers to stave off potential rebellions.
Ministers said there was “broad agreement” at the Cabinet meeting.
The Prime Minister later met European Council President Donald Tusk for a working lunch at Downing Street, where she briefed him on the speech.
Elsewhere, one of Ms May’s predecessors has also delivered a speech. Tony Blair used a trip to Brussels to urge EU leaders to do more to try to stop Brexit.
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