Brexit: The government has "no plans" for further talks with members of the opposition, although Theresa May has agreed to a consensus, admits number 10

The promise of Theresa May to reach a bipartisan consensus to solve the Brexit crisis seems to have disappeared as no further talks were planned.

Downing Street said the prime minister would instead meet with "a large number" of their cabinet, both in small groups and in one-to-one talks.

There are also "no plans" for high-ranking Cabinet members Michael Gove and David Lidington - who have met with senior backers from other parties - to hold talks, a spokeswoman said.