In a round of broadcast interviews in Argentina, where she is attending the G20 summit, Mrs May declined to discuss whether she might offer a Plan B if her deal is voted down on December 11, or whether defeat could mean her resigning or being forced out.
However, fellow Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has written in the Daily Telegraph of an effort to "frighten and to gull (people) into acquiescing to a non-Brexit Brexit".
The agreement ratified by European Union leaders last weekend came more than two years after a United Kingdom referendum in which 52 percent of those who cast ballots voted to leave the bloc.
The deal has been criticised by both eurosceptics and europhiles among her own Conservative Party lawmakers.
Demonstrators hold flares and a banner over Westminster Bridge in front of the Parliament buildings in London, Nov. 28, 2018.
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She said: "I am asking every MP to think about delivering on the Brexit vote, doing it in a way that's in the national interest, doing it in a way that's in the interests of their constituents because it protects the jobs and livelihoods of their constituents".
"Britain will end up worse off, transformed from rule makers into rule takers".
"These four parties don't seem to get it", Scottish Conservative interim leader Jackson Carlaw said.
We would question whether the current proposals - which do not in our view meet the requirements under Ofcom for due impartiality, nor ensure that an appropriately wide range of views are represented and given due weight in the debate (Ofcom 5.5 and 5.12 and 5.13) - are in line with those guidelines.
"But the deal we've reached will give us a firm and stable base on which to leave the European Union and build this country's global future, a future that still encompasses Europe, of course, but also the wide fast-growing markets beyond, with all the opportunity that entails".
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"A People's Vote is a practical way to get out of the constitutional crisis we are in".
May warned that the country would not prosper if politicians did not unite around her plan, and said rebel Tory MPs would leave Britain divided if they went against her in the upcoming meaningful vote. The only group which will not sign the motion is the Scottish Conservatives.
Mrs May has said that if lawmakers reject the agreement, it could see the world's fifth-largest economy leaving the bloc without a deal, or even not leaving at all.
The Observer can reveal that Starmer told a meeting of the shadow cabinet last Wednesday that Labour should be ready to "move quickly through the gears" to call a no-confidence vote in the government immediately if, as expected, May's blueprint is defeated when MPs vote on it on 11 December.
"If this deal is rejected in the House of Commons, we are left with an alternative: no deal, or no Brexit it all, " Tusk said.
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The shadow cabinet alliance pushing Labour to prepare for the option of a second public vote includes Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer, deputy leader Tom Watson, shadow Northern Ireland secretary Tony Lloyd and Richard Corbett, the leader of Labour MEPs in the European parliament.