THeresa May has ended her opening round with all opposition parties (except Jeremy Corbyn, who refused to meet) and has now turned to her conservatives. Gradually, she met with Tory MPs and Ministers, although her colleagues in the Brexite Cabinet caused quite a stir in public.

Liam Fox has given the BBC an interview warning that a compromise by the Customs Union, so that Britain was involved, "would not provide any Brexit in my eyes." The International Secretary of Commerce seemed forced to act as the idea of ​​compromise in the Customs Union became more important.

The Times reported this morning that the Democratic Unionist …

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