VOW: PM Theresa May pledged Tory rebels won’t stop her delivering the Brexit Brits want
She said: “I will not be derailed from my duty to deliver your democratic decision.”
And she vowed to “take back control of our borders, money and laws”.
Mrs May reached a compromise over her determination to ensure that the date of our departure – March 29, 2019 – is written into law.
But she was beaten over an Opposition bid to give MPs a “meaningful vote” in Parliament on Brexit.
AGAINST HARD BREXIT: Chancellor Philip Hammond is in favour of a ‘soft’ Brexit
She also faces a struggle with Chancellor Philip Hammond who is in favour of a “soft” Brexit that would see the UK sticking to Brussels rules.
Ex-Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith said: “The Chancellor’s comments are not Government policy, which he should stick to.”
But EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said the bloc will not create a special deal for Britain.
He said: “They have to realise there won’t be any cherry picking.
TOUGH: Michel Barnier has stated the the EU will not create a special deal for the UK
“We won’t mix up the various scenarios to create a specific one and accommodate their wishes.
“They have to face the consequences of their own decision.”