"The EU said there was nothing else available, but what you see in the [Brexit deal] is.a more ambitious free trade agreement than Canada, that ends free movement which Norway doesn't do".
May is battling to persuade British lawmakers to back the Brexit agreement when Parliament votes on it December 11.
Brits would rather remain in the European Union (EU) than pull out and adopt PM May's proposed Brexit deal, a new poll has found.
Dr Fox is expected to say: "The withdrawal agreement and the political declaration will not please everyone, and we have had some tough choices to make".
He added: "I think that the reactions to some of the Treasury analysis have been completely overblown".
Mr Gyimah, who has been tipped as a future Conservative leader, says the Galileo decision should act as a "clarion call", claiming Britain's interests "will be repeatedly and permanently hammered by the EU27 for many years to come".
Mr Brown said: "Such actions on the part of the BBC are clearly not in line with the obligation to act fairly and leave the corporation open to the clear impression that you are acting on behalf of the Prime Minister's office, a position I am sure the BBC would not wish to be in".
With scores of backbench Conservatives threatening to rebel in the historic "meaningful vote", Mrs May might have to rely on Labour votes and abstentions to save her Brexit deal.
May also ruled out a Norway-style Brexit as a "plan B" if her deal fails to win votes in parliament on December 11.
He added: "This format would also not suitably represent either the support for Remain across the whole of the United Kingdom, or the growing public and political support - including from the SNP, the Greens, the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and an increasing number of members of both the Labour Party and the Conservatives - for a second referendum in which the option of remaining in the European Union could be put to the people".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accepted Theresa May's challenge of a TV Brexit debate on the BBC - but only if it is the two leaders head-to-head. "If she and her team prefer BBC, she should join me in asking them to arrange an actual head-to-head debate".
"Because I have got a plan".
But European Council President Donald Tusk, who is also at the G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, warned that the agreement ratified by the EU last weekend is "the only possible one".
Mr Corbyn had agreed to debate with Mrs May over the Brexit withdrawal deal under the terms offered by ITV, but not those set out by the BBC.
May said, given the EU's decision "to bar the United Kingdom from being fully involved in developing all aspects of Galileo, it is only right that we find alternatives".
"It is expressly referenced in the deal that we have negotiated with the EU".
"Does the deal deliver 100% of what I wanted?"
"We recognise that there are businesses who want to bring people in from the rest of the world, particularly in highly skilled areas and our immigration system will reflect that".
Wales and Scotland say they have been ignored in the negotiating process, something the government denies.