Boris Johnson has delivered a damning indictment of Theresa May's plans for Brexit, accusing the the Chequers deal of "abandoning control".
“Tens of thousands” of jobs at the car maker will be lost if the UK leaves the EU abruptly next March, Ralf Speth has warned.
May told the House of Commons 'it is a proposal that will take back control of our borders in a way that protects money and jobs.'
The meeting aims to thrash out the Government’s blueprint for Brexit.
Every senior Cabinet minister “got what they wanted” from the Chequers meeting to agree the UK's plan on the future EU trading relationship.
Theresa May is set to host crunch Brexit talks at Chequers as she bids to unite her Cabinet over Britain's plans for exiting the EU.
Britain will seek a unique relationship with the EU post-Brexit, one that will deliver migration controls and a positive trade outcome.