Theresa May will try to convince Tory Brexiteers and DUP MPs to back her withdrawal deal by resolving Irish backstop concerns, Cabinet sources say.
Last week, Mrs May said she would focus on cross-party talks to get a Brexit deal accepted by Parliament.
But it is understood she is now seeking to win approval from her own benches, with the government unlikely to win widespread Labour backing.
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