Theresa May is braced for her Cabinet to split when the European Union rejects her demands for a sweeping free trade deal, after her senior team agreed to put off the hardest Brexit decisions until later. Despite the Cabinet truce after months of internal division, three senior government officials said May will face her most challenging task keeping her ministers united when — as they expect — EU leaders formally reject the British approach. The U.K. prime minister won the backing of her ministers to ask the EU for the most ambitious and wide-ranging trade agreement the bloc has ever signed, after a marathon eight-hour meeting at her country house on Thursday.
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