European Union officials have been cool on the plan from the start, saying Britain can't "cherry-pick" elements of membership in the bloc without accepting all the costs and responsibilities. What we have here are faraway governments siding with Britain's own bruised and aloof political and cultural elites to put pressure on the British electorate to think again and vote again and get it "right" this time. So we are at an impasse.
Lord Adonis said: "I don't want to rub salt in the wound, but Parliament must have a say on what has happened". We will never agree to it.
'We can not accept anything that threatens the integrity of our union, just as they can not accept anything that threatens the integrity of theirs.
"We can not accept anything that does not respect the result of the referendum, just as they can not accept anything that is not in the interest of their citizens".
"So Brexit tells us something - and it is with total respect for British sovereignty that I say this - it shows us that those who told us that they could easily do without Europe, that everything would go well, that it's easy and would gain them a lot of money are liars", he told reporters. "The UK expects the same".
"We have to be careful, like two loving hedgehogs", Juncker said when asked about the progress of the Brexit negotiations in an interview with several Austrian dailies including Die Presse and Salzburger Nachrichten published on Friday.
Some Brexiteers say those proposals would ensure the EU kept control over swathes of the British economy, and thus run counter to the spirit of her manifesto pledge to leave the EU Customs Union and the Single Market.
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She also sought to reassure those living in Northern Ireland that her government would do everything to prevent a hard border with the Irish Republic.
'That is why for over two years I have worked day and night to deliver a deal that sees the United Kingdom leave the EU.
Cabinet ministers Sajid Javid, Andrea Leadsom, Penny Mordaunt, and Esther McVey all reportedly want May to forget Chequers and focus on a Canada-style free trade deal, while former minister Philip Lee last night called for the Article 50 negotiation process to be extended.
"I will not overturn the result of the referendum nor will I break up my country", May told broadcasters in Downing Street.
"Anything which fails to respect the referendum or which effectively divides our country in two would be a bad deal and I have always said no deal is better than a bad deal".
With a defiant tone, May concluded by saying: "We need serious engagement on resolving the two big problems in the negotiations and we stand ready".