A senior Tory has warned the party he needs to contract on Brexit, or he risks opening Jeremy Corbyn's door to No. 10.
Disagreement in the Cabinet makes Theresa May negotiations with Brussels more difficult and will alienate voters, Sir Graham Brady said:
The Prime Minister insisted she was clear about her mission to make a Brexit deal, the UK succeeded in announcing its plans for an important political renewal initiative
Cabinet on Friday at Checkers to work out details of a White Paper setting out the United Kingdom's plans for issues such as trade.
But tensions over the deep divisions over the way forward threaten to overcook, with Environment Minister Michael Gove future customs options in anger after his concerns about the proposals were downplayed.
Brexiteers oppose the preferred option of the PM's Customs Partnership with the EU, which would collect the UK from the EU Customs Union for importing goods into the country on behalf of the block
In an article for the Observer, Sir Graham – Chairman of the 1922 Conservative Conservative Committee said: "The danger of disagreement at the head of the party is not just that it involves the work of the Prime Minister Negotiating with Brussels, and therefore risking the good Brexit agreement that is within reach (19659005) "Voters are volatile these days, but one thing is for sure: they do not choose divided parties."
Ms. May has announced that she is launching a conservative political commission that will do 'going out and interacting with people' across the UK to develop new policies; ie "can improve the lives of people in our country".
In an article for The Sunday Telegraph she wrote: "The Commission's task forces become the most comprehensive policy renewal ever undertaken by a ruling party."
"I want it to bring fresh, innovative thinking. Above all, I want to listen to the communities that voted for change two years ago.
"When I enter my third year as Prime Minister, I am well aware of my mission.
" To deliver a Brexit agreement that will take the UK to success; to continue with a program of economic and social reform; and to renew my party in government to turn our vision of a stronger and fairer United Kingdom into a reality for all our citizens.
It emerged that a senior Advisor to Donald Trump held a private meeting with Brexiteer Tories 19659005] Sir Bill Cash was a member of the Eurosceptic European Conservative Group of Conservatives, which, according to the Telegraph, is discussing with national security adviser John Bolton led.
Sir Bill said that Bolton "gave a positive opinion of what he believed President thought of Brexit.
He told the newspaper: "Before the President's visit, some positive things were said about possible trading deals.
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