Dozens of common loyal Conservative MPs may rebel against the government in a bid to avoid a "no-deal" Brexit, Warning Downing Street.
Brexit Delivery Group leaders of both Leavers and Remainers have stated that MPs may return alternatives if Mrs.'s reworked deal can not order a majority of the Commons.
Co-chairman Andrew Percy told the BBC that more than 30 could try to block the deal
The government says "productive" conversations in Brussels aimed at addressing concerns The MPs are constantly "urgently".
The UK remains in the course of leaving the European Union on March 29.
to preside over the possibility of leaving the UK without formal treatment, in the event that Members of MPs can not get the agreement that he agreed to in Brussels on time.
Many MPs are afraid that the situation will be damaging to business and cause disturbance However, Brexiteers at the European Research Group (ERG) of the Conservative MPs believes that the "no-deal" option should be preserved as negotiations in Brussels.
Mr Percy told the BBC members of his group to be "tired" of the ERG's refusal to return the prime minister.
In a letter to government whips, he and co-chairman Simon Hart wrote: "Not only is this danger harming national interests, but also … we are putting the risk the fact that many colleagues have spent decades acting on our exit from the European Union. "
They believe the main sticking point ̵1; the needs of MPs for backstop changes, the" insurance policy "to prevent the return of customs checks on the Irish border – is available. ] However, they fear that it is not enough to win some Brexiteer.
"multiple members" of the group are ready to back up an amendment set by former minister Sir Oliver Letwin and Labor's Yvette Cooper on both Brexit's delay and preventing in a "no deal" situation, when MPs vote again at Brexit next Wednesday.
The former group remained "almost no exception" behind the voting for the deal, the letter refers.
It encourages the government to offer MPs free votes, in which they are not obliged to follow party orders, to prevent them from seeking alternatives
The prime minister is also under pressure from ministers, BBC Newsnight political editor Nicholas Watt reported that a number "said privately they are ready to lose their job" to support the amendment.
"The prime minister has no possibility and is trying to secure a revised EU deal next Tuesday, the night of the vote," he added.
On Thursday, Mrs. May had meetings with leading Remainers at her party who previously complained of having their requests for ignored meetings.
Justine Greening and Phillip Lee are named as potential defectors in the new Independent Group by Heidi Allen, one of the three Conservatives who agree to join the new set-up.
Leaders of both major parties are battling to avoid further defections after eight Labor MPs and three Tories have been spotted away to form a new "ce ntrist" group in Parliament.
The Voting Right of the group, headed by Mr Lee, then said that he talked to the campaign calls for a pause in the Brexit process and a possible second referendum on Mrs May
"The Talking is open and we urge him to listen to our case, "said the group.
Mrs May have cabinet ministers David Gauke and Greg Clark, who recently warned of the dangers of the EU's removal business without formal treatment.
On Thursday, the government described Brussels's talks involving Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier as "productive."
They are committed to "backstop-related guarantees that it restores its temporary nature and provides appropriate legal certainty on both sides, as well as alternative arrangements and the political declaration (the document defining future contact with the UK-EU) ", said a government statement.
Mr Barclay and Mr Cox will find Mr. Barnier again early next week, adding it.