"What she (May) was saying - and to give her some credit she was much more honest about this than we've heard from the government before - we're going to go through this very complicated, long, drawn out hard process and end up worse off at the end of it", Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told ITV.
May was praised by Conservative peers for stressing that Britain will inevitably have reduced access to EU markets once it leaves the EU single market and customs union in March 2019.
Asked if she could stay as PM if she lost the vote, Mrs May replied: "What we're doing in looking at the customs issue as we go through these various Bills in Parliament is what is the right customs arrangement for the United Kingdom to have with the European Union in future that ensures we can have tariff-free and as frictionless trade as possible across the border".
He said Mrs May had "committed clearly" to this in December. However, such a proposition brings her back to square one, given the complications that arise when two states border each other and are party to different customs rules.
Once again, the British premier was unable to give specifics on the matter, and it isn't clear how such a model would work for smaller operators who would likely be outside "trusted trader" mechanisms.
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David Lidington, who is Theresa May's unofficial deputy, said Westminster would only get involved in devolved areas if a "pause" is needed to make UK-wide frameworks to protect the British common market and worldwide rules.
"Brexit was not the choice of the Irish people; it was the choice of the British people". She doesn't believe walking out of talks would help get a deal.
Nicola Sturgeon has raised the possibility of delaying her decision on another independence referendum.
"At the moment the UK Government's proposition is that even in areas of devolved competence - agriculture, the environment, fishing, justice - they should be able to impose frameworks on Scotland and Wales", she said.
"Given the importance of financial stability of ensuring the City of London we can't just take the same rules without any say in them".
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But she sought to reassure companies that an alternative system would be set up. "Brexit is due to happen in a little over 12 months, so time is short", he said.
"She (May) has given a number of important reassurances today, which I welcome", Varadkar said."However I remain concerned that some of the constraints of leaving the Customs Union and the Single Market are still not fully recognised".
Ireland is another thorny issue confronting the British prime minister.
May wants financial services to be included in a free trade deal - something she believes it is still possible to achieve despite accusations from Brussels that her approach amounts to "cherry picking" the best bits of the European Union "I've said before that no deal is better than a bad deal, but I'm confident that we can get a good deal, and get the right deal for the British people", May told the BBC.
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"By following the course I have set out today, I am confident we will get there and deliver the right outcome for Britain and the European Union".