Asked if there was Cabinet unity, the spokesman said there was a "very clear determination to find a way to resolve this". May, while pledging to step down ahead of the next phase of Brexit negotiations, is yet to name a date.
He said: 'I'm going to have to, of course.
Is one side finally going to call it quits on the cross-party Brexit talks?
Others have hailed Mr Farage and his colleagues as the only party to deliver what they want.
The beneficiaries of a collapse in support for the Tories in London appears to be the Brexit party, which from a standing start is polling in second place.
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British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said European Union leaders did not want an extension beyond the new deadline of October 31, when the legal default is to leave with or without a deal. A customs deal until the next general election as a compromise to enable the Conservative Party to move on, elect a new leader and then decide...
Nigel Farage has revealed he plans to run for parliament for the eighth time.
The BBC host snapped: "And you still won't have the numbers after the Euro elections next week".
The letter, signed by Boris Johnson, Dominic Raab, Esther McVey and chairman of the 1922 committee Sir Graham Brady, warned of the risk of a "democratic deficit" if a backroom deal with the opposition is hatched.
Labour is continuing to campaign in Ipswich - although without the intensity it was showing in the run-up to this month's local government elections.
Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party is facing the prospect of a mauling in the upcoming European elections, with polls suggesting the governing party could finish as low as fifth place - while Nigel Farage's recently formed Brexit Party could emerge the big victor. It's a blind alley.