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10 October 2018, 10:13 | Darnell Patrick
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"Colleagues will not tolerate a half in, half out Brexit", Mr Baker, who served as a junior Brexit minister in Ms May's government until he resigned in protest at her Brexit proposals said.
Tory Brexiteers this week denied reports that they would vote down the Budget if the prime minister fails to change course, and there is cautious optimism in the Cabinet that they can convince enough MPs to vote for a deal she strikes in Brussels.
Foster laid down her challenge to the prime minister just nine days before an agreement on the issue needs to be reached on the issue at the European Council summit.
But veterinary and food security controls will have to take place at the border.
The DUP has 10 MPs, although Ian Paisley will not be able to vote in the Commons until November 20 after being suspended for failing to declare two family holidays paid for by the Sri Lankan government.
A Brexit deal is "within reach" next week, European Union negotiator Michel Barnier said on Wednesday, even as he rammed home his insistence that Britain must accept possible checks on trade between its mainland and Northern Ireland.
Barnier said customs forms could be completed in advance online and the "only visible systematic checks" would involve scanning bar codes on lorries or containers on ferries or in ports.
One of the key things they have not yet agreed is how to prevent there being new border checks between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, which is a member of the EU.
Davis wrote: "If we stay on our current trajectory we will go into the next election with the government having delivered none of the benefits of Brexit, with the country reduced to being a rule-taker from Brussels, and having failed to deliver on a number of promises in the manifesto and in the Lancaster House speech".
"We could not support any arrangement which could give rise to either customs or regulatory barriers within the United Kingdom internal market", Arlene Foster, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, said after meeting European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier.
Speaking to business leaders in Brussels, Mr Barnier said negotiators were "intensively" working to find a deal.
She added they should also remember that Parliament gave the British people the decision over Brexit, and following the 2016 referendum result "it is our duty to ensure that we leave". Asked whether that implied her supporters are ready to "fight and die" for them, she replied: "What I meant by that is that they are deep red - they're not pink".
If 40 Tories rebelled against the PM it could mean her Brexit deal would fail to get Parliamentary approval and she would need Labour votes to get it through.
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