Mr Grogan (Keighley) said: "The deal the Prime Minister is offering us is reality a blind Brexit". The House of Commons leader, Andrea Leadsom, also told parliament the vote would go ahead on December 11.
He added: 'But look, the clock is ticking, you are absolutely right about that, and Theresa May has put us in this position, where she has just run the clock down and saying it is my way or the highway, which is totally ludicrous.
Government lawyers say Theresa May did not act unlawfully when she triggered Article 50 in March 2017, since that although the Electoral Commission investigations were a matter of public record at the time, their findings that campaign violations had occurred were not known until over a year later.
"They resemble the kind of diktat that might be imposed on a nation that has suffered a military defeat".
May used an interview on BBC radio to press on with her bid to persuade lawmakers to back her deal. If these terms are "so fantastic", he asks, "why do we need to negotiate free-trade deals?"
But the Government dragged its feet on this. They fear we will be stuck in a perpetual limbo, having to implement all the rules and regulations of the European Union, but without having a say in the decision-making process in Brussels.
But some eurosceptic Conservatives believe Britain can leave without any deal at all, even after a government assessment found this risked causing a major recession.
Those calling for a second referendum "want that because they hope there is going to be a different answer - I don't think that's right", she said.
In June 2016, 62 per cent of Islanders who voted chose to leave the European Union and 38 per cent voted to remain.
Speaking recently, he said: "I'm absolutely diametrically opposed to it and I'm assured by a very large number of colleagues that they hold a similar opinion".
José Mourinho 'frustrated' with draw against Arsenal but praises players' 'spirit'
As a corner was floated in, Shkodran Mustafi bullied his way through and powered a header towards goal. The Red Devils, on the other hand, have managed just one Premier League win in four games.
"But if under the current rules we can not get an election, all options must be on the table". The Financial Times reported on Friday that leading "Leave" campaigners are also considering the possibility of a second vote.
However, it is unclear whether the PM can offer MPs a vote specifically on the backstop.
"I very much understood, however, that many people in this area felt that the impact, both of globalisation in the past 15-20 years and of austerity since 2010, coloured their view of the European Union, as well as concerns about levels of migration".
Senior Cabinet ministers including Mr Hancock and Chancellor Philip Hammond were among those making a late push to garner support for Mrs May's Withdrawal Agreement in a series of engagements around the UK.
To find out more visit the Exit from Brexit website. Brexit marked the loss of one of the EU's most powerful and wealthy member states.
The amendment would impose a duty on the Government "to have an agreed future relationship or alternative arrangements one year after the Northern Ireland backstop coming into force ... so that the Northern Ireland backstop ceases to apply". This could mean that the government had not actually received any formal legal advice on the Withdrawal Agreement before, despite May publishing her formal Brexit plan weeks earlier.
The backstop is an arrangement created to ensure there is no return to a "hard border" between Ireland, which will remain part of the European Union after Brexit, and Northern Ireland when the United Kingdom leaves the bloc next March.
The government was forced to hand over its Brexit legal advice to parliament this morning.
Gordon Brown, the former United Kingdom prime minister, said there is no chance Theresa May will get her proposed Brexit deal through parliament next week and suggested the current PM could lose her job over it. The Protocol refers to the backstop in the agreement.