"Both sides want to reach an agreement, but what we are negotiating is immensely hard".
Negotiations have not concluded, but this marks a significant step forward in talks.
If the only choice presented to MPs is her plan or a no-deal scenario it could frighten enough waverers into backing her. Meanwhile, Tory Brexiteer Steve Baker and Sammy Wilson, Brexit spokesman for the DUP - whose party's support Theresa May relies on for key Commons votes - have written a joint article in the Sunday Telegraph warning they are prepared to vote down any deal over proposals to manage the Irish border issue.
But a British source said Monday there was "no agreement for them to discuss" Brexit after the talks fell through.
"It's believed the EU is insisting on some sort of role for the European Court of Justice".
If ministers agree the deal, which runs to hundreds of pages, London hopes the European Union will call a summit later this month so the bloc's leaders can give their approval.
The unease centres on how the Irish backstop - a fallback arrangement to guarantee no new visible border checks - will work.
Britain will formally split away from the other 27 European Union nations on March 29, even if no final agreement clears all the hurdles both in Britain and the EU.
He said if her plan was implemented that would be the FIRST time that parliament won't be able to make its own laws.
House of Commons leader and senior Conservative Andrea Leadsom, warned on Sunday that MPs would not accept this sort of arrangement, telling the BBC: "I don't think something that trapped the United Kingdom in any arrangement against our will would be sellable to members of Parliament". If they reject it, Britain would face leaving the European Union without an agreement.
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Just hours after the Cabinet - the group of senior politicians which form the heads of the British government - had their weekly meeting at the Prime Minister's residence on Downing Street, London, on Tuesday morning, individual members were summoned by PM Theresa May again, according to reports.
Prominent Brexiteers such as Conservative lawmaker Jacob Rees-Mogg and former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said May had sold out the United Kingdom and that they would oppose it.
That move fired speculation that more ministers who backed Remain in the referendum campaign could also quit.
"We have made good progress in the negotiations in relation to the Withdrawal Agreement but there are substantial issues still to overcome in relation to the Northern Irish "backstop", that remains the case", May's spokesman said.
"Even though this weekend negotiators worked tirelessley to reach an agreement as of this moment, this agreement is still not reached". This was always going to be an extremely hard, extremely complex negotiation, but we are nearly within touching distance now.
"I do not shy away from that".
"We should be planning as to how we can put this final say on Brexit in the hands of the British people", she told BBC Radio 4's Today.
The worldwide development secretary, Penny Mordaunt, a prominent member of the Vote Leave campaign, has refused to explicitly back May's Brexit proposals and suggested her support could be conditional on the final deal.
Mrs May appeared to be addressing those fears by telling City officials Monday that there "will not be an agreement at any cost".
Norman was previously a junior minister in the department.