Chaos reigns within the cabinet as prominent remain politicians Amber Rudd & Philip Hammond are considering a second referendum to break the deadlock.
According to reports in The Times Newspaper if all the other options are exhausted, Mr Hammond is believed to be ready to reluctantly accept another Brexit vote.
In agreement with Philp Hammond are Amber Rudd the Work and Pensions Secretary, David Lidington, the minister for the Cabinet Office, David Gauke, the Justice Secretary, and Greg Clarke, the Business Secretary.
Theresa May remains opposed to this and is sticking to her deal but further fissures have emerged within the cabinet.
Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, and Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, are against the idea of going back to the ballot and are equally adverse to a no deal Brexit. They want to see a ‘Norway Style’ Brexit which would see the UK remain in the Customs Union and Single Market.
But chances of this faction to win are rather slim, with both Mrs May and a senior Norwegian MP rejecting a Norway-style agreement.
The third faction wants Mrs May to take the UK out of the bloc in March 2019 and are happy to accept what is known as a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
Among the supporters of this scenario there are Andrea Leadson, leader of the Commons, Liz Truss, Chief Secretary to the Treasury and Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary.
Meanwhile David Mundell, the Scottish Secretary, has become the first minister to call for Britain to delay the UK exiting the union beyond March 29. According to a source close to him he said that it was not enough time to get a deal done.