- The EU's two-day summit in Brussels has concluded
- If we're leaving with a Brexit deal this is it, Theresa May tells media
- However, PM says there is still "work to do" to reassure MPs that the deal agreed with the EU "is possible"
- EC president Donald Tusk has "no mandate to organise any further negotiations" but is "always at Theresa May’s disposal"
- German Chancellor Angela Merkel says EU sees backstop as an "insurance policy" only; "no renegotiation" of Brexit agreement
- European Council President Jean-Claude Juncker says EU is keen to get on with trade talks - which in theory could mean backstop not needed
- French President Emmanuel Macron stresses that "there is one deal, the only one possible" on Brexit