Clare’s Junior Minister believes today will be a “make or break day” for Theresa May.
The British Prime Minister heads to Brussels today seeking more concessions on the Brexit backstop.
Leaders from across Europe are gathering for a special summit – but the EU have already ruled out any renegotiation of the deal.
Mrs May survived a motion of no confidence from her own party last night, with 200 Conservative MPs voting in support of her leadership, and 117 against.
Fine Gael Minister of State Pat Breen says it’s back to square one now, and while he believes some concessions will be made, he says the withdrawal agreement for the most part will remain the same: