The government will comply with the Supreme Court's decision to suspend the parliament if the verdict is pronounced this week, saying the Foreign Minister said he did not want to "pull the levers out" of the position United Kingdom weakens.
The decision as to whether the Prorogue decision is unlawful is due this week.
Jeremy Corbyn said he will work with other opposition parties to ensure Parliament's recall if the prime minister loses.
During a three-day hearing last week at the Supreme Court, the government argued that the approval was not a matter for the courts.
On the other hand, lawyers against the suspension were trying to prove that the prime minister was trying to silence Parliament for five weeks ̵
Parliament is expected to return to a Queen's address on 14 October – Two weeks before Britain's exit from the EU on 31 October.
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In his speech to the BBC broadcast Andrew Marr, Mr. Raab said: "Of course we will respect the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court."
"But I think we are a bit ahead."
He said the government is "confident" in its position.  "There are several permutations about what the Supreme Court can decide or not," he said.
"Later in the week, of course, we'll want to look at it very closely but of course I can assure you that we will do it. "will abide by a ruling of the Supreme Court."
When asked if Parliament would be canceled again in a government win, he said, "I think so "Let us wait and see what the first verdict decides, and then we will understand that lie of the land."
When he pressed for the matter, he added, "He did not want to take the levers off the table the position of the UnitedKingdom in Brussels ".
But the Labor Party leader, Mr Corbyn, told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show that his party would reject a renewed attempt to extend the parliament.
"If they decide [the Supreme Court] that this should be Parliament, in other words, the advice he gave [the prime minister] was wrong, and then we would seek to take immediate action in Parliament to to prevent him from closing Parliament by 31 October, "Corbyn said.
Meanwhile, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said there must be controls at the Irish border if Brexit were not completed.
He said to Sky's Sophy Ridge on Sunday: "We must ensure that the interests of the European Union and of the Single Market remain intact."
"An animal that enters Northern Ireland without border control can go without any control over the southern part of the Irish island into the European Union.
"That will not happen, we need to preserve the health and safety of our citizens."