Despite claims to the contrary, according to senior Tory rebel Dominic Grieve, there is still time to block Brexit.
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But Mr. Grieve told the BBC that Mr. Cummings was a "master of misinformation."
He said that MEPs had 14 days to form if Mr. Johnson lost a vote of no confidence in an alternative government.
"[Mr Cummings] has a point, but he may well miss the point," said Mr Grieve – a former Attorney General who has repeatedly called for another referendum – opposite Radio 4's Broadcasting House program.  Image Rights
"There are a number of things that the House of Commons can do, including the overthrow of the government [via a vote of no confidence] and the formation of a new government in its place."
This agreement – known as the Government of National Unity – would involve a cabinet of MPs from multiple parties.
Catherine Haddon of the Government's think tank thinks that although Mr Grieve's proposal is possible, he would rely on Mr Johnson's resignation as Prime Minister after losing an office of no confidence – something, too he is not legally obliged.
"The problem is that the incumbent Prime Minister is resigning, and because it's unchecked territory, we do not know how that would work," she said.
"If you look back in time, this is certainly the presumption when governments have lost confidence – but the other conjecture was that they wanted to go to the people they could."
"He could say "No, I'm staying as Prime Minister and we're ha"
James Cleverly MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party, said on Sunday's program to Sky's Sophy Ridge that the government will not hold a general election before October 31st "will.
And Ms. Haddon said that even if Mr. Johnson lost a vote of no confidence and called for a parliamentary election, he was "perfectly able" to plan it after the Brexit deadline.
There could be other ways for MPs not to stop business, added Haddon, but she described them as "untested."
"We still do not know if there's anything they could Do with an urgency debate," she said, "because the speaker has previously suggested that he thinks there is more room for maneuver, what that Parliament can do that, but even this is completely untested and falls on the speaker, who interpreted the previous parliamentary practice in a new way. "
As Mr Grieve also said Jonathan Ashworth, the Labor Minister of Health, he still believes that the government's Brexit plans could be stopped even though he did not specify exactly how.
"There will be opportunities for us when Parliament returns [from summer recess] in September to end the no-deal business," he told Sky.
Labor would be bipartisan, knowing that there are many Tories who do not want to block a deal. "
In the meantime, preparations for leaving the EU without a resignation agreement are being intensified, Mr Johnson said Britain must leave by 31 October EU politicians have repeatedly stated that the agreement is not open to renegotiation.