May uses BBC phone-in to sell deal to public
The Prime Minister used a BBC phone-in as part of her drive to sell the Brexit agreement to the public.
Mrs May insisted there is no mood on the EU side for fresh concessions.
“If we were to go back to the European Union and say ‘People didn’t like that deal, can we have another one?,’ I don’t think they are going to say ‘We will give you a better deal’,” she said. “This is the deal I think works for the UK.”
Mrs May said she had received messages of support from members of the public - including a young girl who made her a cake.
She said she was “sorry” and “disappointed” some members of her Cabinet had resigned, adding: “Obviously, they have got strong feelings about this issue, they had campaigned to leave the EU and they had done good work.”