The timing gives May a fortnight to avert what threatens to be a humiliating defeat at the hands of scores of Conservative rebels.
Yesterday, the EU's other 27 nations said it would support the draft withdrawal agreement published earlier this month.
Speaking on the same programme, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said there will be no more negotiation on the Brexit agreement, insisting: "This is the best deal for Britain". Because, you know, right now, if you look at the deal, they may not be able to trade with us ...
Former May loyalist Michael Fallon said the government was asking parliament to "take a huge gamble" and "surrendering our (EU) vote and our veto without any firm commitment to frictionless trade".
But Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey said he believed May had "public sympathy on her side".
"This is that deal".
In todays prices, this would amount to a loss of £1,000 for each British person every year by 2030 and would mean the overall United Kingdom economy would shrink by 3.9 per cent each year.
That seems likely, at least as of Sunday, since the European Union -approved agreement is opposed by the Labour, Liberal Democrats, SNP, and DUP parties, as well as more than 80 MPs in May's Conservative (Tory) party (and she can't lose more than six).
The research, by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR), claims the Draft Withdrawal Agreement negotiated by the Prime Minister will shrink the UK's GDP by three per cent per person after leaving the European Union, making Britain billions of pounds worse off compared to the projected wealth it could have expected from staying in the EU.
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Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed the "meaningful vote" on Brexit will be held on December 11.
"This botched deal is still a bad deal for the country and all yesterday did was mark the end of this Government's failed and miserable negotiations".
"We have already been laying the groundwork for an ambitious agreement with the United States through our joint working groups, which have met five times so far", the spokesman added.
"That is why Labour will oppose this deal in parliament". Both sides say they hope to have a new deal in place by the end of 2020, so the backstop is never needed.
Her plan will face opposition from both eurosceptics and europhiles within her party's 314 lawmakers and around 313 lawmakers from opposition parties.
While over 500,000 people marched in London to ask for a second Brexit referendum, May said last week that she has categorically ruled out holding a second vote as long as she is Britain's prime minister. He said the deal as it stands "has ceded too much control" to Brussels.
But Downing Street sources said they were not aware of the Prime Minister seeking to speak to Labour MPs thought to be considering backing her deal.
"Right now as the deal stands she may not - they may not be able to trade with the USA and I don't think they want that at all, that would be a very big negative for the deal", Trump said Monday as he departed the White House for campaign rallies in Mississippi.
Doing so could potentially draw the support of opposition MPs but would risk a major split within her own party.