With a little more than eight months to go before Britain is due to leave the bloc on March 29, 2019, May's government, parliament, the public and businesses remain deeply divided over what form Brexit should take.
He was speaking after Fox told the Sunday Times that there was a 60% chance of a no-deal outcome from talks with EU. "Rationally the chance of a cliff-edge should be zero percent".
Michel Barnier downplayed the importance of the United Kingdom government's torturously agreed White Paper on post-Brexit relations on Friday (July 20), insisting that it would not form the basis of Article 50 talks with London.
The pound on Monday fell to its lowest in almost three weeks, succumbing to a stronger dollar and comments by officials suggesting Britain could crash out of the European Union next year without securing a trade deal.
He said Mr Barnier had dismissed the UK's proposals in the Chequers plan thrashed out by Theresa May and the Cabinet simply because "we have never done it before". He added: "It's up to the EU27 to determine whether they want the EU Commission's ideological purity to be maintained at the expense of their real economies".
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Britain and the European Union say they aim to hammer out an agreement on divorce terms and future trade by October so that it can be approved by all individual European Union countries before the United Kingdom leaves the bloc on March 29.
Fox is not alone in thinking Britain may wind up without a deal at all - last week the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, also warned the possibility of a no-deal was "uncomfortably high", according to Reuters.
The blunt criticism comes as an European Union chief said the Prime Minister was failing to take a strong stance with the bloc, and was harder to negotiate with than USA president Donald J. Trump, describing her as "irrational" and "emotionally inspired" throughout the Brexit negotiations.
May on Friday cut short her holiday in Italy for a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.