The prime minister conceded the clauses after the EU signalled the ultimate deadline for a deal is Wednesday.
The Authorities has stated it’s ready to deactivate three controversial clauses 44, 45 and 47 from the UK Inside Market Invoice following discussions within the Withdrawal Settlement Joint Committee.
The transfer stays a significant climbdown, after ministers insisted they have been obligatory as “a security internet” – no matter whether or not a deal was agreed or not.
The Authorities additionally provided to rethink content material for the upcoming Taxation Invoice.
Mr Johnson was accused of bringing a no-deal Brexit considerably nearer and of undermining the still-fragile peace in Northern Eire.
In a press release, the Authorities stated: “Discussions proceed to progress and ultimate selections are anticipated within the coming days.
“If the options being thought-about in these discussions are agreed, the UK Authorities can be ready to take away clause 44 of the UK Inside Market Invoice, regarding export declarations.
“The UK Authorities would even be ready to deactivate clauses 45 and 47, regarding state help, such that they may very well be used solely when in step with the UK’s rights and obligations below worldwide regulation.
“Good progress continues to be made relating to the choice as to which items are ‘in danger’ of getting into the EU market. Talks proceed this afternoon.
“Within the gentle of these discussions, the Authorities will preserve below assessment the content material of the forthcoming Taxation Invoice.”
The Prime Minister’s spokesman instructed a Westminster briefing: “Time is clearly in very quick provide and we’re within the ultimate levels, however we’re ready to barter for so long as we’ve got time accessible if we predict an settlement continues to be doable.”
He stated “vital variations” stay – together with on fishing rights – which will likely be mentioned in talks on Monday, however dominated out negotiations persevering with after this yr.
Mr Barnier and his UK counterpart Lord Frost are negotiating in Brussels in a bid to interrupt the stalemate – with simply over three weeks till the tip of the transition interval.