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Supporters of Theresa May’s Brexit deal say they could now desert the Prime Minister after she launched a “misjudged attack” on the “very people she needs to win over”.

The Prime Minister is on course to lose a third vote on her deal “by an even bigger margin” than last time after a fierce backlash from Cabinet ministers, Labour MPs and senior Tories.  

Her decision to blame Brexit intransigence on Parliament provoked widespread fury and prompted some MPs who previously supported her deal to consider changing their minds.

Mrs May’s Downing Street statement on Wednesday evening succeeded in uniting her critics inside and outside of the Government as one Cabinet minister said the deal was now “doomed”...

Supporters of Theresa May’s Brexit deal say they could now desert the Prime Minister after she launched a “misjudged attack” on the “very people she needs to win over”.

The Prime Minister is on course to lose a third vote on her deal “by an even bigger margin” than last time after a fierce backlash from Cabinet ministers, Labour MPs and senior Tories.  

Her decision to blame Brexit intransigence on Parliament provoked widespread fury and prompted some MPs who previously supported her deal to consider changing their minds.

Mrs May’s Downing Street statement on Wednesday evening succeeded in uniting her critics inside and outside of the Government as one Cabinet minister said the deal was now “doomed”...

Supporters of Theresa May’s Brexit deal say they could now desert the Prime Minister after she launched a “misjudged attack” on the “very people she needs to win over”.

The Prime Minister is on course to lose a third vote on her deal “by an even bigger margin” than last time after a fierce backlash from Cabinet ministers, Labour MPs and senior Tories.  

Her decision to blame Brexit intransigence on Parliament provoked widespread fury and prompted some MPs who previously supported her deal to consider changing their minds.

Mrs May’s Downing Street statement on Wednesday evening succeeded in uniting her critics inside and outside of the Government as one Cabinet minister said the deal was now “doomed”...

Supporters of Theresa May’s Brexit deal say they could now desert the Prime Minister after she launched a “misjudged attack” on the “very people she needs to win over”.

The Prime Minister is on course to lose a third vote on her deal “by an even bigger margin” than last time after a fierce backlash from Cabinet ministers, Labour MPs and senior Tories.  

Her decision to blame Brexit intransigence on Parliament provoked widespread fury and prompted some MPs who previously supported her deal to consider changing their minds.

Mrs May’s Downing Street statement on Wednesday evening succeeded in uniting her critics inside and outside of the Government as one Cabinet minister said the deal was now “doomed”...