Speaking to Iain Dale, she said: "She's just trying to remain leader of the Conservative Party and hope that something's going to turn up".
Asked whether the vote would be considered a "confidence" vote for the Prime Minister, a source said: "That's not the world that we are now in, but clearly the significance of this piece of legislation can't and I suspect won't be underestimated".
Jo Johnson, the younger brother of Boris, who resigned as foreign secretary over Brexit in July, set the ball rolling last week after he resigned as transport minister over what he called Theresa May's "delusional" Brexit plans.
Presumably the PM and ministers have noticed that mortgaging the UK's Brexit future to Jeremy Corbyn is haemorrhaging the Tory vote.
The Eurosceptic MP Owen Paterson, said he would again vote against Mrs May's deal as "it doesn't change the essential nature of the withdrawal agreement, which is unacceptable we will have laws imposed on us by 27 different countries where we are not involved". "We have serious concerns about negotiating with a government that is in the process of disintegrating", a Labour spokesman said on Wednesday, Reuters news agency reported.
Britain had been due to leave the European Union on March 29 but parliament has three times rejected the withdrawal agreement May struck with Brussels.
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The House of Commons has rejected May's divorce deal three times but has, as yet, been unable to agree on an alternative path.
Former Brexit minister Steve Baker questioned her decision to bring the legislation for her "failed deal" before Parliament and suggested it would do little to counter the threat posed by Nigel Farage's Brexit Party.
"The Prime Minister's team agreed to bring back documentation and further proposals tomorrow".
Labour is struggling to maintain its finely balanced position on Brexit, promising to both deliver on the referendum but also to keep Britain close to the EU.
Ms. May will bring a Withdrawal Agreement Bill, which implements the departure terms, in the week beginning June 3 - the same date that U.S. President Donald Trump begins a state visit to Britain at the invitation of Queen Elizabeth.
Ranil Jayawardena, parliamentary private secretary at the Department for Work and Pensions, wrote in his resignation letter that the draft deal is not fair to those who voted to leave the European Union "taking back control of our laws, our borders and our money".
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While Jaime's decision surprised Headey herself, she said the choice directly impacted how to play her final moments as Cersei. After the Mother of Dragons destroyed the city, Cersei and her brother-come-lover Jaime Lannister were reunited.
Downing Street says it's imperative the Withdrawal Bill is approved before the Commons' summer recess.
A sticking point has been the Irish backstop, an insurance policy aimed at avoiding post-Brexit controls on the border between Northern Ireland and EU-member Ireland.
"We have made clear we can not support the Brexit legislation without an agreement".
May's minority government. "Unless she can demonstrate something new that addresses the problem of the backstop then it is highly likely her deal will go down to defeat once again", Mr. Dodds said.
I accept of course we're in deep trouble and deep difficulty.
May's deal, said Owen Paterson, a former Minister.
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