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The PM, government whips and key officials - including maverick No10 chief Dominic Cummings - have been holed up for lunch at the country residence.
The tactics discussion came amid threats that Tory rebels who join cross-party efforts to stop No Deal in the coming days will be expelled from the parliamentary party.
Mr Gauke said this morning that he would be demanding to know how Mr Johnson proposed to get concessions from the EU, and whether there was even time left to ratify a deal if he gets one.
He also made clear he is ready to sacrifice his career to stop the country crashing out.
A touching photograph (left) from the ceremony shows Hubert's heartbroken mother and brother holding their lost loved one's helmet, in front of a string of current and former competitors who were gathered to pay their respects.The air of tranquility which normally makes the stretch of coastline so attractive to tourists and holidaymakers evaporated yesterday afternoon when scores of caravans and motorhomes rumbled on to the lawns by the beach.Aerial photographs show the traveller site as an eyesore on the waterfront and close-up shots reveal rubbish strewn across the neatly-trimmed grass on which the vehicles were parked.His body had been laid out on cushions at home as Miss Lapper cried, hugged and kissed her son for eight hours before the ceremony.Bethan and Andy Carter (pictured main), of Briton Ferry, South Wales, have nine children at home (six pictured) aged between three and 16. Mrs Carter, 40, juggles looking after five girls and six boys all at once, with husband Andy father to seven of them.
However, proposals to ditch the rules in one swoop have apparently been shelved after lawyers hired by the Home Office warned it could cause chaos.