Conservative MP turns on Theresa May during Prime Minister's Questions

Theresa May at PMQs

Theresa May at PMQs

But he echoed the prime minister in calling the agreement a "decisive" step and suggested he could now call a summit of European Union leaders to consider approving it.

Ms May insisted her deal did "deliver on the vote of the British people".

Speaking outside Number 10, the Prime Minister said: "I firmly believe that the draft withdrawal agreement was the best that could be negotiated and it was for the Cabinet to decide whether to move on in the talks". A chorus of other Brexiteers have joined Rees-Mogg in calling for a vote of no-confidence.

A vote will be triggered if 48 Tory MPs write letters to Sir Graham.

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She added: "I believe this is a deal which does deliver that, which is in the national interest and am I going to see this through?"

"The government simply can not put to Parliament this half-baked deal that both the Brexit Secretary and his predecessor have rejected", he said.

Mrs May said it would be "entirely irresponsible" for the Government to have simply torn up the backstop.

Mrs May spent almost three hours fielding largely critical questions from MPs before holding a press conference in Downing Street to further answer her critics. Raab signed up to her Withdrawal Agreement allowing her to make her statement after Cabinet knowing he'd resign in time for the 9am News bulletins the next morning.

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The government, for today at least, is at the mercy of events not in control.

This could be a gale that's weathered in a few days, or a serious storm that sweeps the government away.

Numerous MPs were contacted for comment but, although it is widely expected the vast majority will back the prime minister, most were unwilling to fully back Mrs May at this stage.

The Prime Minister said the draft deal "takes back control" of money, law and borders, ensures the United Kingdom leaves customs union, the Commons Fisheries Policy and the Common Agricultural Policy and maintains "frictionless trade" across borders. "I think what that clearly shows is that he and the Labour party have only one intention, and that is to frustrate Brexit and betray the vote of the British people".

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