According to the BBC, one to one meetings between Cabinet ministers and May tomorrow evening ahead of a special Cabinet meeting Wednesday. And prsumably if the Cabinet can be placated, it will be put to the Commons before long. Then the fireworks begin.
"You have sat there for far too long for any good your have done of late. Depart then and be gone! In the name of God go!" Oliver Cromwell, addressing Parliament
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Varadkar/Ireland's interest was in an operational indefinite backstop to keep the border open, and by all accounts that's what they have. The NI only provision was never an Irish red line, but perhaps that's being briefed to the Sun in the correct expectation that their journalists will not understand this and declare a "win".
Well so far Labour are "unlikely" to support the deal, Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg have both given strong indications that they will vote against and John Redwood shows signs of being a potential rebel. And that's within 2 hours. And I almost forgot, the DUP consider the deal a "hard sell".