Theresa May in last-minute bid for Brexit breakthrough

Theresa May's Brexit deal will come before MPs again

PA Wire PA Images Theresa May's Brexit deal will come before MPs again on Tuesday

On Monday evening, Theresa May flew to Strasbourg for last-minute talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has issued a stark warning to Tory MPs that they risk losing Brexit altogether if they fail to back Theresa May's deal in the crunch Commons vote on Tuesday.

The motion is due to be tabled later on Monday, alongside the publication of the documents setting out the deal, including the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration agreed in November.

Mr Lidington said the Attorney General would be publishing advice ahead of Tuesday's debate, but needed time to consider the new changes.

The PM's spokesman cautioned against "speculation" that Mrs May might ask parliament to vote on a "conditional" motion expressing its readiness to support a form of deal other than the one agreed with Brussels.

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If she loses that vote, she has said MPs will get a vote on Wednesday on whether to leave without a deal and, if they reject that, then a vote on whether to ask for a limited delay to Brexit.

In a sign of Brussels' frustration, European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said: "It is now for the House of Commons to take an important set of decisions this week".

Mrs May has said if she loses the vote on Tuesday, there will be further votes on Wednesday on whether the United Kingdom should leave with no-deal and on Thursday on whether they should seek an extension to the Article 50 withdrawal process.

The Prime Minister was still hoping for enough progress on Sunday night to be made in talks to justify a dash to the Continent to thrash out any last-minute changes to contentious Irish backstop that has been at the heart of the impasse in negotiations.

Mrs May has been told by Brexiteers that rejection of the Withdrawal Agreement is "inevitable" unless there are significant changes to the Northern Ireland backstop.

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However, should May only lose by a small margin, the European Union might be inclined to offer the United Kingdom some more time to get it over the line - The next European Union summit in on 22 March which is where May would likely use as a platform to spur-up further support before she takes it back to The Commons for one final shove to the line.

Steve Baker, the deputy chairman of the pro-Brexit Tory European Research Group, retorted that it would be the Remainers to blame if Brexit was halted.

He added: "I think a meaningful vote with an addendum saying this House will support a deal if such and such is done might be a way of uniting the party or limiting the scale of the defeat".

"I think that her position is going to become slowly less and less tenable as Parliament changes the Government's Brexit policy", she told BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend.

He said there would be "plenty of opportunities" to do so in the coming weeks and that Tuesday should be about defeating Mrs May's deal which has already been resoundingly rejected once by MPs by a 230 majority.

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"Now is the time to come together, to back this improved Brexit deal and deliver on the instruction of the British people".

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