PM Boris Johnson needs all the support he can get to push any Brexit deal past the deeply divided Parliament.
New proposals focus on maintaining an open border – the key sticking point.
Britain’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union has strained the bonds among the four nations that make up the U.K.
He’s insisting the bloc make major changes to May’s spurned deal, including scrapping an insurance policy for the Irish border.
Many of the new ministers worked with him in the 2016 referendum campaign to leave the EU.
Forecasts heightened uncertainty and declining confidence detering investment, higher trade barriers with the EU.
He was sharply critical of British PM Theresa May in parliament. The comments followed the politician’s resignation from May’s government.