Britain and the European Union have been racing to renegotiate the Withdrawal Agreement in time for an October 31 Brexit, but the deal still needs approval from parliament.
But Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, whose support Mr Johnson had relied on to form government and which is seen as crucial to passing any deal through Parliament, has reiterated that it can not support the deal.
Disagreements centre on a future trade deal and the rejection by Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party of customs solutions tentatively agreed by negotiators for the Irish border.
The party, a key ally of Johnson's, says it stands by a statement issued earlier by leader Arlene Foster and her deputy Nigel Dodds, which said the DUP "could not support what is being suggested on customs and consent issues".
The Times reports that the European Union is requiring that the United Kingdom sign up to future environmental, social, and state aid regulations as part of "level playing field" provisions, as the European Union is fundamentally opposed to the United Kingdom becoming an economic rival post-Brexit. Fearing that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson might withdraw the country without an agreement, parliamentarians passed a law requiring the prime minister to ask for a three-month delay in the absence of an agreement with the European Union as of 19 October.
That's despite the suggestion on Twitter of Tory MP Steve Baker late Tuesday that his group of pro-Brexit Tory MPs are "optimistic" they'll be able to vote for a deal following a meeting with Johnson's team.
It was also not clear if British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be able to sell the deal at home.
Johnson has promised to take the United Kingdom out of the European Union on October 31, with or without a divorce agreement to maintain orderly economic ties with its former partners.
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The EU Council also needs to approve the deal during a two-day summit in Brussels that began on Thursday morning, which they are widely expected to do.
European leaders warn they will not let Britain use Northern Ireland as a back door to the single market and Barnier said Tuesday that "it is high time to turn good intentions into legal text".
The deal then needs to win the backing of the U.K. Parliament on Saturday.
The UK's proposal for the DUP to have a veto over the customs arrangements contained in the new deal has been scrapped.
Britain's Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay poses with European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier last week.
Jeremy Corbyn responded to the news by saying Mr Johnson's deal is worse than that agreed by his predecessor Theresa May.
"As long as I'm here, I'm not the prime minister (of the UK)".
He said the "sell out deal won't bring the country together and should be rejected".
"This best way to get Brexit sorted is to give the people the final say in a public vote".