Negotiations to continue into the night over Irish border, but sources say there is no agreement yet.
Theresa May says there will be no hard border in Northern Ireland, as EU gives the go ahead for talks to move on.
Theresa May meets Juncker in Brussels, as DUP leader Arlene Foster says there have been ‘substantive changes’ to Irish border deal
Brexit could cause chaos at Britain's borders, with not enough parking spaces for lorries awaiting customs checks and problems with IT systems, according to MPs.
"Progress is being made" as talks on a new text aimed at meeting Irish demands to avoid a hard border after Brexit continue, a spokesman for the EU Commission has said.
There will be 'no hard border' in Ireland after 'significant improvement' in negotiations