>> Britain and the European Union have agreed in principle to a text setting out their future relationship. That after Theresa May met EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday to finalize their divorce terms.>> The text of that declaration has been agreed between the European Union and the United Kingdom.
>> The 26-page draft declaration will now be screened by the 27 EU states. As no final deal can be agreed without approval from the EU leaders on Sunday. German Chancellor Angela Merkel had previously threatened not to turn up if a draft agreement hadn't been reached in time.>>
> According to a government source, the draft document does not quite resolve all sticking points, including the Gibraltar issue.
>> I will do everything possible to get an exit agreement.>>
It does state that Britain's transition period can be extended for up to one or two years. And that the integrity of the EU Single Market, and the Customs Union, as well as the United Kingdom's internal market, will be respected. May is set to return to Brussels on Saturday evening to meet with Juncker again ahead of Sunday's summit.