Theresa May’s battle to save her Brexit deal has suffered a fresh setback after her DUP allies refused to back the Government in series of Commons votes on the Budget.
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Theresa May said her Brexit plan was the best for jobs across the country as she battled to keep her own post in Number 10.
Theresa May will go on the attack over her Brexit plan on Monday, using a speech to say that the withdrawal agreement has been “agreed in full” as her own MPs press for late changes.
Theresa May took a swipe at Tory rivals threatening to unseat her as party leader as she warned the next seven days would be “critical” to achieving a successful Brexit.