the Uk has agreed with the EU on a new "legally binding change" in the brexitaftalen.
It informs Theresa Mays right hand in the government, David Lidington, according to AFP news agency.
In practice works David Lidington as Mays deputy prime minister.
on Monday evening to meet Theresa May, with Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the EUROPEAN Commission in Strasbourg, France.
Around at 23.30 on Monday, it is expected that the parties hold a joint press conference in Strasbourg, as soon as the meeting is over.
Theresa Mays udtrædelsesaftale to Tuesday stand the test of time in the british House of commons.
By her previous attempts, it was clearly voted down, and May therefore need several concessions in order to convince the british mps.
the crucial factor is the EU's demand for an irish backstop. A requirement that is unacceptable to the fanatical anti-europeans in Mays party.
the Backstop is that there should be a hard border between the EU-the country Ireland and the british province of northern Ireland, when the british come out of the EU 29. march.
Backstop aims to protect a peace agreement of 1998, which stopped 20 years of bloody conflict in northern Ireland between groups in northern Ireland that was loyal to either Britain or Ireland.
It is supposedly in this area, that the two parties have agreed on adjustments.