The warning came as Theresa May addressed senior ministers at a special meeting of Cabinet ahead of a historic week of crunch votes in the House of Commons which could shape the outcome of Brexit.
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Jeremy Corbyn claimed it was "Groundhog Day" over Brexit before warning Theresa May her biggest battle is with the "warring" Tory factions rather than the EU.
The Taoiseach has expressed frustration at the length of time the powersharing crisis has lasted in Northern Ireland, pointing out that many pregnancies are shorter.
DUP MP Ian Paisley has said he will refer himself to the UK's Parliamentary Standards Commissioner over a report that he did not declare trips paid for by the Sri Lankan government.
Labour is committing itself to continued UK membership of the EU single market and customs union during a transition period following the official Brexit date of March 2019.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is offering a "tougher line" on free movement than the Government, Nigel Farage has said, as he claimed the Tories had "sold out" their supporters.
Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has said his country wants to seal a free trade agreement with the UK "as soon as possible" after Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to pursue 12 negotiating priorities in Brexit talks with the European Union.
An inquiry into the fate of the Irish border as Britain prepares to leave the European Union has been launched by a parliamentary watchdog at Westminster.
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