Thirteen former Cabinet ministers and Brady have written to May warning that "any customs union" with Labour would forfeit the "loyal middle of the Conservative party".
Ministers are split on whether asking parliament to choose its preferred Brexit, probably based on ranking different options, is a Trojan Horse to deliver what some see as an appalling Brexit in Name Only, a disgraceful abdication of responsibility by government, an impractical and total waste of time or a longshot that is worth exploring given that all other initiatives to secure a departure from the European Union have failed.
"It would destroy the Conservative Party".
Peter Bone has said it is "absurd" for the Prime Minister to bring her Withdrawal Agreement Bill back to the Commons for a fourth time.
"What she (May) is working to do is to get a deal passed as soon as possible", the spokesman said.More news: Pompeo to Lavrov: Trump Administration doesn't recognize Russia's attempted annexation of Crimea
May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn sat down for talks again on Tuesday ahead of further discussions between the government and opposition on Wednesday.
May was seeking a "stable majority in Parliament that will ensure the safe passage of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill and the UK's swift exit from the EU", the spokesman said.
A Labour party spokesperson said Corbyn had raised "concerns about the prime minister's ability to deliver on any compromise agreement".
Theresa May will force a final showdown on her Brexit blueprint early next month, Downing Street announced on Tuesday evening.
Ahead of Tuesday's cabinet, a host of leading Tory backbenchers sent a letter to the Prime Minister warning her against giving in to Labour's demands for the United Kingdom to join a customs union with the EU.More news: ITV axes The Jeremy Kyle Show for good following death of guest
Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, said yesterday it was in the interests of both Tories and Labour to deliver on Brexit.
Asked if getting the deal through would also make that Mrs May's exit date, the spokesman said: "What she wants to do is get a deal through by the summer recess". Raab was reportedly disgruntled at being sidelined in the negotiations in favor of Olly Robbins - a civil servant who's close to May. In a letter to May she wrote that "It will be no good trying to pretend to [voters] that this deal honors the result of the referendum when it is obvious to everyone it doesn't".
A bill implementing the Brexit deal will be introduced in the first week of June, the government has confirmed.
Referring to the prospect of a new Tory leader tearing up any agreement, he added: "Our big problem now is, if we are going to march our troops in Parliament to the top of the hill to vote for a deal and then that's overturned within weeks, I think that would be a cataclysmic act of bad faith".
The letter also warned that even if May did strike a deal with Labour, the next Tory leader could simply tear it up.More news: Deepest undersea dive reveals depths of humanity's filth
Mrs May was said to have made clear to. "The draft agreement does not do that". Johnson - who backs Britain remaining in the European Union - said he is supporting calls for a second referendum on whether the country should leave the bloc.
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