Pressure on May to set timetable for departure intensifies

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But the Telegraph is now saying that Theresa May is planning three major concession as a basis for a deal with Labour.

Sir Graham went on to reveal the Government hope to put the Brexit withdrawal deal to a vote in Commons before the European Parliament elections on May 23, according to The Sun.

Brady, the chairman of the so-called 1922 committee of Tory MPs, said she agreed to address its executive members next week on the question of her future.

Nearly three years after Britain voted to leave the European Union, there is little clarity about how, when or even if Brexit will happen.

When asked what should happen if Mrs May failed to set out her own timetable for departure, he said: "It begins to get much more messy".

Impatience with her failure to name a firm resignation date grew as talks with Labour on trying to end the Brexit impasse were due to continue today.

Conservatives face a possible wipeout as furious Leave voters turn to Nigel Farage's slickly branded new Brexit Party.

Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership is under increasing pressure and Labour is pushing for a permanent customs union with the EU, something that has been rejected in the House of Commons in previous indicative votes.

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For the time being, it's hard to say specifically, but we have some idea of where things are going, based on what has already been announced.

Previously loyal Tory donors were "asking themselves the question 'what is the Conservative Party for, what goal does it actually serve?'".

The Prime Minister has already set out she would leave very soon after the approval of the Withdrawal agreement.

Told by Andrea Jenkyns, a lawmaker from her Conservative Party, that she had failed on Brexit and it was time to let someone new lead the party May responded: "Actually this is not an issue about me".

"So far, every time there has been a majority against leaving with any particularly orderly deal, so we are engaged as a government in talks with the opposition, and with others across Parliament, to try and find a way forward that has maximum possible support amongst politicians of all political parties".

Mrs May's effective deputy David Lidington was leading the Government side in Tuesday's Brexit talks at the Cabinet Office, with Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay, chief whip Julian Smith, Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Number 10 chief of staff Gavin Barwell also expected to be in attendance. We absolutely believe that the United Kingdom must, must, must leave on that date.

"We are fighting the European elections here in the U.K. Why?"

Leaders of local Conservative organisations are holding a non-binding no-confidence vote in May's leadership on June 15.

However, despite a growing bitterness over the ongoing talks between British Conservatives and Labors, McDonnell had added that the talks would resume at the later part of this week and had a deal been on the cards, it had to be concluded quickly.