The Prime Minister Theresa May received the backing of several ministers who dismissed a "coup" against the embattled leader.
Chancellor Philip Hammond called "self-indulgent" and Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said the PM "is in charge," according to BBC News, while David Lidington, who has been touted as a replacement for May, said, "I am the 100 percent behind the prime minister."
Still, several cabinet members are plotting a coup against May and making plans to replace them with a caretaker leader until a proper election can take place later this year. BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg tweeted that there was "serious maneuvering" going on.
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS PROTEST IN LONDON TO DEMAND A SECOND BREXIT VOTE
Britain had been set to leave the European Union on March 29 without a deal after May's negotiated agreement was voted down by lawmakers. That vote last week was May's second Brexit defeat in parliament. However, May received a lifeline last week when EU leaders agreed on a short-term Brexit extension.
Throngs of protesters filled the streets of London on Saturday demanding a second referendum.
In the coming days, a range of different scenarios could play out, depending on how British lawmakers vote. They include, according to BBC News: Revoking Article 50 and canceling Brexit altogether, setting up a second referendum, May's deal plus a customs union, May's deal plus a customs union and single-market access, a Canada-style free trade deal, or Leaving the EU without a deal.
POPE FRANCIS PRAYS FOR PEACEFUL END TO NICARAGUA CRISIS
Hammond told BBC News that he would remove revoking Article 50 and a no-deal Brexit from the list, saying
In terms of a second referendum, Hammond said: "It is a coherent proposition and deserves to be considered, along with the other proposals."  This coming Friday is the day that Britain is set to leave the EU, the earliest that could happen now is April 12.