On Tuesday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has summoned her gabinet coleagues to discuss a draft deal over Brexit has reached between European Union and United Kingdom.
A special meeting among minister was scheduled to tomorrow afternoon to discuss that.
The main details of the deal hasn’t unviels until now.
The EU said it would “take stock” on Wednesday, while the Irish government said negotiations were “ongoing and have not concluded”.
Leading Brexiteers, such as Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg, immediately criticised what has been reported to be in the draft agreement, saying it would keep the UK under EU control.
Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party, which gives Theresa May vital support in key votes, said it would be a “very, very hard sell”.
But Conservative Chief Whip Julian Smith said he was “confident” it would pass when put to a crucial Commons vote, and Transport Secretary Chris Grayling called for “a little bit of calm” before the cabinet gives its verdict on Wednesday.
According to BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg
said the agreement contained a UK-wide customs “backstop” aimed at preventing new border checks in Northern Ireland.
Conclusion: Will be it save UK and Europe from doomsday?