Britain's Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab gives a joint press conference with EU Chief Brexit Negotiator at the European Commission in Brussels on August 31, 2018. / AFP / Emmanuel DUNAND
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With under two months before Britain and the EU want to agree a deal to end over 40 years of union, May is struggling to sell what she calls her business-friendly Brexit to her own party and across a divided country.May's plan would keep Britain in a free-trade zone with the EU for manufactured and agricultural goods.According to a report in the Sunday Times newspaper, leading Brexiteer lawmakers in May's party are ready to publish their own plan for Brexit ahead of the party's annual conference which begins at the end of September.May reiterated that Britain would be ready to leave the EU without a deal if the two sides cannot agree on the divorce terms.
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