Sir Mike Penning, who held several ministerial posts including serving under Mrs May at the Home Office, accused her of trying to "blackmail" MPs into supporting it
Over a private dinner in Salzburg, the prime minister announced hopes for a "shared close future" but warned "we never said Brexit would be easy"
Myanmar rejected the independent fact-finding mission's report as one-sided
At least six million passengers on UK-originating flights transferring in the continent would have to group through extra security and screening before embarking on their second journey
A spokesperson said Britain's ability to provide support to detained dual nationals in Iran was "extremely limited" as the country does not recognise their status
The prime minister said they had to "evolve their position", just as the UK had done
European leaders meet four or five times a year for summits - or European Councils to give them their formal name
James Brokenshire said he was sure there would be "debate and discussion as to the interaction between party leaders" when the next election comes around, but claimed "there isn't an election in the offing" and said "our focus is on getting Brexit right"
And an eve-of-summit pledge by the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, to break the deadlock on the Irish border will have been music to her ears
Claiming it is her personal mission to get more people on the housing ladder, the prime minister promised long-term funding for housing associations