'The Tory truce on Brexit was fracturing last night as MPs warned Theresa May they would not accept further compromises with Brussels.
The Prime Minister faced a backlash after David Davis confirmed some sectors of the UK economy could have to align with the EU after Brexit to resolve the Irish border issue.
Former leader Iain Duncan Smith – who has acted as a bridge between No 10 and Eurosceptic MPs until now – described the proposal as 'intolerable' and suggested it was time to walk away from the talks.
Eurosceptic Cabinet ministers also complained they were being kept in the dark about the extent of the compromises, both on the Irish border and the European Court of Justice.
Boris Johnson and Michael Gove are said to be leading a revolt of Brexiteers who have a 'genuine fear' that Mrs May is going to push through a soft option.
The Foreign Secretary reportedly confronted the Prime Minister in a dramatic clash during Cabinet yesterday over her negotiating strategy.
A senior insider told The Sun: 'Cabinet is in the dark about what the PM is doing, which is a very strange state of affairs to be in.''
Read more: Tory Brexit truce cracks: Boris and Gove lead Cabinet revolt as PM is told to walk away from talks by her own Eurosceptic MPs over 'intolerable' demands as she cancels trip to Brussels today
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