Labour has already said it will not support the deal, and many Conservative MPs have said they will oppose it, with some observers predicting May will not have the numbers to ultimately pass it.
"The additional trade barriers, combined with reductions in both skilled and unskilled migration from the end of free movement, would leave the United Kingdom significantly smaller than it would otherwise have been over the medium to long term".
And EU leaders warned that Britain could not hope to get a better offer.
"The UK" s leading think-thank, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) said in its latest report, the UK economic growth is likely to be trimmed by 3.9% by 2030 should the Britain strike a free trade deal with the European Union to replace its current membership. Leaders generally dislike the departure but now want to pin down the deal to free them to focus on other, more pressing problems such as populism, struggling economies and Russian Federation.
"We don´t want to give the wrong impression to people, whether they are passionate Remainers or passionate Brexiteers, that there is another agreement that can command the support of 28 member states".
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The US president said it was a "great deal for the EU" and may leave the United Kingdom unable to trade with the US.
That seems likely, at least as of Sunday, since the European Union -approved agreement is opposed by the Labour, Liberal Democrats, SNP, and DUP parties, as well as more than 80 MPs in May's Conservative (Tory) party (and she can't lose more than six). May and politicians in Northern Ireland have said they would refuse any solution that would effectively create a hard border in the Irish Sea by treating Northern Ireland differently to the rest of the UK.
Judges of the General Court of the European Union in Luxembourg decided that the "Shindler" case was "inadmissible, because there are no expatriates who are personally affected [by the negotiations for the UK's withdrawal from the EU] for now", said Mr Fouchet. "But I think what all of my colleagues will be doing is thinking about what is in the national interest".
The two-hour meeting also heard an update from Mr Barclay on preparations for a possible no-deal Brexit, which are continuing despite the deal being agreed in Brussels.
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"It is the result of a miserable failure of negotiation that leaves us with the worst of all worlds", he said.
She said: "It will be one of the most significant votes that Parliament has held for many years".
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle hate the deal including many in her Conservative Party who have publicly voiced their stance against it.
The European Parliament and British Parliament still have to approve the current agreement.
Addressing the Commons the day after returning from Brussels, Mrs May said: "I can say to the House with absolute certainty that there is not a better deal available".
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The deal would allow an extension of "up to one or two years" should the negotiations over "the future relationship" not be completed by the end of 2020.