British Prime Minister Theresa May stepped up calls for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to agree to a cross-party deal to leave the European Union, following poor results for both parties in local elections on Thursday.
"To the leader of the opposition, I say this: Let's listen to what the voters said in the local elections and put our differences aside for a moment. Let's do a deal," she wrote in the Mail on Sunday newspaper.
The parties have been in negotiations for over a month to try to broker a Brexit deal that can secure majority support in parliament.
The Sunday Times reported that the Conservatives would offer new concessions to Labour when talks restart on Tuesday, including a temporary customs union with the EU until a national election is due in June 2022.