Brexit negotiations between the authorities and Labour would probably restart on Tuesday as Theresa May launches a fresh offer to break the deadlock in parliament as well as quash new initiatives to oust her from office.
The prime minister’s deputy, David Lidington, as well as the Brexit secretary, Steve Barclay, will lead discussions with Labour shadow ministers, including shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer, in a new effort to find a cross-party solution to the current turmoil.
During early Tuesday, the Independent came out with an information reports that said Brexit negotiations between the government and Labour will probably resume on Tuesday since Theresa May launches a fresh bid to shatter the deadlock in parliament and quash new attempts to oust her from office.
The statement gave more information of the cross-party talks as it stated, The prime minister’s deputy, David Lidington, and the Brexit secretary, Steve Barclay, will lead talks with Labour shadow ministers, including shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer, in a fresh effort to locate a cross-party solution to the current dilemma.
They will be joined by government chief whip Julian Smith and Ms May’s chief of staff, Gavin Barwell.
The two negotiating teams have set up working groups to consider the different aspects of the relationship between the EU and UK after Brexit. Mr Barclay and Sir Keir will take part in a meeting of the security working group on Tuesday.