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Theresa May was on Tuesday told to be "straight" with the British people about the risk of a no-deal Brexit as she said she will not push for the removal of the Northern Ireland backstop.

The Prime Minister, who will travel to Brussels on Thursday for talks with Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, said she was “not proposing” to get rid of the backstop, but only to make “changes” to it.

A source from the European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tory MPs said: "Even if she doesn't mean what she said, we still do."  

It came as Amber Rudd, the Work and Pensions minister, told Cabinet the Government should publish information from official briefings about the implications that a no-deal Brexit will...

Theresa May was on Tuesday told to be "straight" with the British people about the risk of a no-deal Brexit as she said she will not push for the removal of the Northern Ireland backstop.

The Prime Minister, who will travel to Brussels on Thursday for talks with Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, said she was “not proposing” to get rid of the backstop, but only to make “changes” to it.

A source from the European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tory MPs said: "Even if she doesn't mean what she said, we still do."  

It came as Amber Rudd, the Work and Pensions minister, told Cabinet the Government should publish information from official briefings about the implications that a no-deal Brexit will...

Theresa May was on Tuesday told to be "straight" with the British people about the risk of a no-deal Brexit as she said she will not push for the removal of the Northern Ireland backstop.

The Prime Minister, who will travel to Brussels on Thursday for talks with Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, said she was “not proposing” to get rid of the backstop, but only to make “changes” to it.

A source from the European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tory MPs said: "Even if she doesn't mean what she said, we still do."  

It came as Amber Rudd, the Work and Pensions minister, told Cabinet the Government should publish information from official briefings about the implications that a no-deal Brexit will...

Theresa May was on Tuesday told to be "straight" with the British people about the risk of a no-deal Brexit as she said she will not push for the removal of the Northern Ireland backstop.

The Prime Minister, who will travel to Brussels on Thursday for talks with Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, said she was “not proposing” to get rid of the backstop, but only to make “changes” to it.

A source from the European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tory MPs said: "Even if she doesn't mean what she said, we still do."  

It came as Amber Rudd, the Work and Pensions minister, told Cabinet the Government should publish information from official briefings about the implications that a no-deal Brexit will...