One thing that may well focus the minds of previously-recalcitrant Conservative MPs who have been unwilling to support her deal is that if the European elections do go ahead, as now seems likely, there can be little doubt the Conservative party will be punished at the polls even by their own members and officials for how Britain's departure from the European Union has been handled - an extraordinary 40 per cent of Conservative councillors have already indicated they are likely to support Nigel Farage's Brexit Party.
Rachel Johnson told London's Evening Standard newspaper she felt "impelled to stand up and be counted for what I believe in".
LABOUR had last night yet to confirm if leader Jeremy Corbyn will take part in talks with Tory ministers today aimed at kickstarting attempts to break the Brexit deadlock.
With Conservative MPs openly calling for Mrs May to name a date for her departure as prime minister, Downing Street is desperate to secure agreement in time to prevent European Parliament elections next month.
He told Today that "the problem is not the Prime Minister, the problem is Brexit".
"I don't think people think she's doing a great job, first and foremost of Brexit, and secondly of anything else".
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King found the net against Bradford in 2000 after just 9.82 seconds and held the record for the best part of two decades. Watford moved above Everton into seventh place to keep up their hopes of qualifying for the Europa League.
Senior members of her ruling Conservative party are seeking to change the rules to allow a fresh leadership challenge to Mrs May after a failed bid in December.
May was forced to ask European Union leaders earlier this month to postpone Brexit for a second time - from April 12 to October 31 - after MPs repeatedly rejected the divorce deal she has struck with Brussels.
Pro-Brexit Conservatives are angry with May's failure to take Britain out of the European Union, nearly three years after voters backed leaving.
Iain Duncan Smith has revealed he is "really sad" to see Ann Widdecombe join the Brexit Party.
A government negotiating team including David Lidington and Brexit secretary Steve Barclay were to meet Labour's Keir Starmer and shadow business secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey.