Well, I've had a good series of meetings today. We've had robust discussions, but they've been constructive. What I've set out is our clear position, that we must secure legally binding changes to the withdrawal agreement to deal with the concerns that parliament has over the backstop, and taking that - changes to the backstop - together with the other work that we're doing on workers' rights and other issues will deliver a stable majority in parliament.
And that's what I will continue to push for. Now it's not going to be easy. But crucially, President Juncker and I have agreed that talks will now start to find a way through this, to find a way to get this over the line, and to deliver on the concerns that parliament has so we get a majority in parliament.
Well, I've set out very clearly the position from parliament that we must have legally binding changes to the withdrawal agreement in order to deal with parliament's concerns over the backstop. What I see and hear from leaders is a desire for us to work together to ensure that we can deliver the UK leaving the European Union with a deal.