One day after hundreds of thousands marched in central London to demand another public vote, Chancellor Philip Hammond said a second referendum – probably one of the options offered to legislators in the coming days – was "more coherent Proposal ", which deserves consideration.
His remarks signal a clear break with May's repeated refusal to allow the British public to conduct a second Brexit poll, marking for the first time that a senior cabinet minister has spoken of such a move as a viable option.
"One or the other Parliament will have the opportunity this week to decide what it's talking about, and I hope it will take advantage of this opportunity ̵
"I am not sure that there is a majority in Parliament for a second referendum, but it is a perfectly coherent proposal – many people will reject it It is strictly coherent, but it is a coherent proposal and deserves to be considered together with the other proposals. "
Options include likely to continue membership of the EU single market or Customs Union, a second vote and a Canadian style trade agreement and a no exit.
May has not yet confirmed whether they will return their Brexit deal a third time, after the previous ones Voices around 230 and then hit 149 votes You'd have to turn around 75 MPs to succeed, but opposition parties and hardliners on their own backbench So far, rejection has been decidedly opposed.
If so, the Brexit delay would be extended until 22 May to allow this The time for Parliament to adopt the necessary legislation.
But his expected defeat would lead the UK to another collision course with the EU, with an alternative other than a no-deal break, which is likely to force the government to expand further and possibly force the UK to take part in the European elections in May.
May Towards Putsch by Her Cabinet
The chances of May taking office to endure a Brexit strategy are increasingly called into question, with several of them being called into question High-ranking Cabinet Ministers were preparing to force a coup when they met with the PM on Monday.
The Sunday Times reported that eleven Cabinet Ministers – nearly half of their high-ranking government ministers – are confronting May with an ultimatum and calling on them to stop in return for supporting their resignation agreement.
The newspaper reports that its de facto deputy and close ally, David Lidington's turn, while The Mail on Sunday Environment says Foreign Minister Michael Gove is the "consensus decision" for the job.
Speculation was further exacerbated when George Freeman, a conservative MP and former political advisor for May, said on Saturday night it was "over for May".  "I'm afraid the Prime Minister is over, she's done her best, but all over the country you can see the rage, everyone feels betrayed," Freeman tweeted.
Downing Street told CNN that it would not comment on speculation from newspapers, and the rumors had not affected the schedule for the coming week.]
Hammond added that such rumors were "self-indulgent." He added, "It's not about the Prime Minister or any other person, it's about the future of our country. A change of Prime Minister would not help us, the change of governing party would not help us.
Nonetheless, uncertainty about the role of the government in the Brexit process in a third defeat of its plan has led to the Brexit guess strengthened that may might be pushed aside, and strengthens the call for an alternative route. [19659006EineMillionMenschensodieOrganisatorenmarschiertendurchLondonundforderteneinzweitesReferendumamSamstagundfastfünfMillionenhabeneineOnline-PetitionunterschriebeninderdieRegierungaufgefordertwurdeArtikel50aufzuhebenunddenBrexit-Prozessvollständigabzubrechen
the increased demands for such a proposal, the "referendum" could the United Kingdom and Gibraltar European Union membership referendum deal from may to an unlikely incident Some high-ranking opposition figures indicate that they would vote for the plan if it were then presented to the citizens in a confirmatory referendum.
"I will lp You get it across the line to prevent catastrophic no-deal exit. But I can only vote for a deal if you let people vote on it, "said Labor Labor Vice-President Tom Watson at the Saturday rally.