BREXITEER MPs feared a “sell-out” amid reports that Theresa May is days away from a deal.
A source said: “At some stage she is going to have to put a package on the table and say it’s the best she can get.
“When that happens, everyone is going to have to decide whether to get behind it or take a walk.”
MPs expect Mrs May will have enough details tied down to put to her Cabinet in the next week or two — and she will aim for a Commons vote by the end of the month.
Downing Street insisted that no deal has been reached and negotiations with the EU are ongoing.
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But an insider close to the process said it looked like Britain would be bound to a customs union and single market for goods until the Irish border problem is resolved.
One ex-minister said: “As it’s looking, the EU will hold all the cards for future economic partnership negotiations.”
Another added: “It is on course to be a catastrophe. But will enough people in the Cabinet have the guts to say no?”
50 chiefs in second referendum plea
FIFTY senior business leaders have signed a letter demanding a second referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Former bosses of the BT Group and J Sainsbury are among those who have written to The Sunday Times.
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