The strike started in early March and has lasted for seven weeks.
US and China's trade war have since been striking out tariffs on more than US$360 billion, sapping out business confidence and economic growth.
May says focus to deliver Brexit must be absolute.
Sterling has rallied this week amid reports saying the UK and EU were attempting to come to a compromise over the contentious Irish border backstop.
Juncker's spokesman Margaritis Schinas says while the commission's position is clear, they are waiting to see what the prime minister has to say.
May writes in the Sunday Telegraph that she would be battling for Britain and Northern Ireland in her efforts to get rid of the agreement's unpopular backstop provision.
Clark's comments come as the paper reported government documents warning Britain's transport system could get overwhelmed after a no-deal Brexit.
May repeats her demands in talks with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Irish leader Leo Varadkar.
Depending on the closing date of the Parex deal, Sika said it expected sales to exceed 8 billion Swiss francs.
The vote has been rescheduled for the week starting Jan. 14 after a debate which is scheduled to begin in the coming week.
The plans being floated would see May hang on to power until the autumn of 2021 when she would hand over to a new Conservative leader.
Trump, speaking to reporters soon after May announced her Brexit package, dismissed it as "a great deal for the EU."
Trump's optimism followed China's decision earlier Friday to back off from extra punitive duties that had been imposed this summer on US-made cars and auto parts.
In the intervening hours, those leaders had expressed frustration with May's "nebulous" strategy to get the withdrawal treaty past the House of Commons and insisted yet again that they will not renegotiate the text.
May had been widely expected to lose Tuesday's vote amid strong opposition from all sides to the terms of the divorce, and a defeat could lead to her removal.
A summary of the committee's report listed over a dozen problems with the deal in its current form.
The 27 leaders took barely half an hour to rubber-stamp a 600-page treaty setting terms for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union on March 29.
Britain's former foreign minister Boris Johnson, a staunch critic of the deal, will be attending.
May is trying to hammer out the final details of the British divorce deal but the talks have become stuck over how the two sides can prevent a hard border from being required in Ireland.
Firms are increasingly worried about the prospect of Britain leaving the world's biggest trading bloc in March without an agreement.
Discord has already arisen among Trump’s trade team.
Sergei Ryabkov says the treaty is significant for international security and security in the sphere of nuclear arms.
Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding with General Electric Co. after US officials warned that US-Iraqi relations would be at risk if the government accepted the deal with Siemens.
Rouhani says the United States is using psychological and economic warfare and questioning the legitimacy of the Islamic Republic to pursue regime change in Iran.