British Prime Minister Theresa May has secured the support of her cabinet ministers for the draft agreement agreed to by negotiators for Britain and the European Union (EU) for the exit of Britain from the EU.
Mrs May said she had a "long, detailed and impassioned debate" with members of her cabinet before securing their agreement and support for the draft.
She described it as a “decisive step” in the continual progress that will lead to a finalized agreement in the coming days.
However, a couple of cabinet ministers and Tories MP’s are reportedly against the draft agreement.
Popular Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg wrote to MP’s, urging them to reject the deal. He told BBC Radio 5 Live that the deal was “a pretty rotten deal” because it kept the UK in the EU customs union and “splitting up” the UK.