The so-called backstop is created to preserve the open border between Northern Ireland and EU member state Ireland in light of the fact that May has insisted that the United Kingdom does not remain either in the European single market or the customs union.
"We will find a way to deliver Brexit that honours our commitments to Northern Ireland, that commands broad support across the communities and that secures a majority in the Westminster Parliament", May said, adding that she would sit down for talks with regional political parties the following day. Downing Street has previously suggested that these might revolve around a time-limit or unilateral brake on the backstop or technological solutions to keep traffic flowing over the border.
"If the backstop is dealt with in the Withdrawal Agreement... we will support the prime minister".
"More than ever this has demonstrated why we need to be part of an global treaty that a prime minister, parliament or government of the day can not abrogate it".
The Ulster Unionist party (UUP) urged the prime minister to introduce direct rule government for Northern Ireland if no Brexit deal can be agreed - anathema to republicans.
Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar and British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Plans for Britain to leave the bloc on March 29 under a withdrawal agreement signed previous year were thrown into doubt when British lawmakers rejected the accord.
"What parliament said is that they believe there should be changes to the backstop".
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Ulster TV's Ken Reid asked May if she owed an apology to the people of Northern Ireland - who voted by 56% to Remain in the European Union in the 2016 referendum.
HM Revenue and Customs (HRMC) said it had put in place transitional procedures for importing goods from the European Union through 20 British ports and the Channel Tunnel, which it would review three to six months after March 29.
Speaking in Northern Ireland on Tuesday, May promised to seek a solution that keeps the Irish border open and preserves the peace agreement that ended years of sectarian violence in the British province. He said executives at the firm had "commented on the need for us to come together and resolve the question of our future trade relationship with the European Union".
In response, Mrs. May's spokesman said that while Tusk was clear that he wants to avoid a no deal, it was also clear after the vote in the House of Commons that something in deal has got to change.
He said he did not think a no-deal situation was the most probable one and while alternative arrangements could be considered for the future, the backstop cannot be replaced.
The EU will not renegotiate the divorce deal and the Irish backstop but alternatives could be worked on after Britain leaves, chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier said on Monday.
The EU, which has long regarded the border as the thorniest issue in Brexit talks, is also adamant that the backstop can't be removed.
Mr Wilson argued that it was possible to have no hard border without using Theresa May's backstop.
A group of Conservative lawmakers from both wings of May's deeply divided party bypassed her last week to come up with a compromise plan that called on the prime minister to return to Brussels and reopen the most contentious element of the exit agreement - the Northern Irish backstop.