The British government will resume talks with the main opposition Labour party next week on how to resolve the deadlock over Brexit, a senior minister said Sunday.
Britain's Minister for the Cabinet Office David Lidington is seen outside Downing Street in London, Britain, April 1, 2019.
Lidington said the government believed it was possible to gain the benefits of a customs union without losing the power to strike independent trade deals.
CBI director-general, Carolyn Fairbairn, said businesses will adjust their plans to cope with a potential'no-deal' Brexit however, won't be cancelling them.
"We've got to deliver the outcome of the referendum. but, the Conservative Party has got to remain a broad church, a national party, and it's got to be talking about things that matter to people in their everyday lives: housing, health service, living standards".
The Observer newspaper in London reported Sunday that the latest Opinium poll suggested the Conservatives have dropped six points over the past fortnight, giving Labour a seven-point lead.
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The UK's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has been warned by the party's leader in the European Parliament and other grandees that the party would be deserted by millions of anti-Brexit voters if it fails to clearly back a second referendum in its manifesto for next month's EU elections.
With parliament on an 11-day break until April 23, Britons are wondering what happens next.
The government has indicated that Britain could still leave the European Union before those elections if the two main parties could reach a compromise on a Brexit agreement in the next couple of weeks.
Former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith called Sunday on May to resign as prime minister next month.
"This party is not here just to fight the European elections".
"What the Prime Minister has to do is aim everything now towards departure before the European elections which would then allow her to step away having done what she said she would do, getting the United Kingdom out of the European Union one way or the other and then we can have another leadership election and pick a new leader", he told Sky.