May should therefore "go around" lawmakers in her party who say they are ready to accept a no-deal Brexit and drop her opposition to key issues in the negotiations, said Major, who also faced a revolt inside the Conservative Party over Europe. The following day she survived a vote of confidence in her government.
Mr Grieve said it would enable the Commons to stage a series of "indicative votes" on the various alternatives, such as a "soft" Norway-style deal or a second referendum to establish which could command a majority.
But in a conference call with her most senior ministers, May said those discussions have yielded little.
But shadow Brexit secretary Kier Starmer suggested that the Labour leadership could be warming to a second Brexit referendum, saying the party was in the "third phase" of its policy.
London and Brussels have spent the best part of two years working on a divorce agreement but MPs in parliament's lower House of Commons comprehensively rejected it on Tuesday.
Sky News reported that May is expected to set out plans to try to remove the Irish backstop, in an effort to win around the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party.
May risks losing control of the situation. The original deal that she negotiated with Brussels was roundly rejected.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hit out at the Prime Minister for stymieing attempts to find a cross-party consensus through her refusal to rule out a no-deal Brexit. That's left the government doubtful that the party could be counted on.
But May is only one player in deciding what happens next.
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This motion is expected to attract amendments from groups of backbenchers seeking more of a say in the process. Another former minister, Nick Boles, is proposing that this slot be used to pass a bill that would require the government to extend Article 50 if no deal could be reached.
Morgan said she was backing a bill that would force the government to extend Article 50, which triggered Britain's two-year talks to leave the European Union, if it can not get an agreement approved by parliament by the end of February.
May was 116 votes short of passing her deal last week.
It would see Northern Ireland staying aligned to some rules of the European Union single market.
Number 10 has repeatedly denied that it is preparing for a general election to break the deadlock, but the Conservative MP Huw Merriman became the first Tory to admit the possibility was likely on Sunday. Corbyn's spokesman refused to rule that out last week.
Government sources said she would be holding further talks with MPs, as well as business leaders and trade unionists, throughout the week in an attempt to find a way forward.
That leaves pro-Brexit Tories. Many economists expect Britain to plunge into recession if there is a "no-deal" Brexit.
The most popular option, backed by 28% of voters, was a no-deal Brexit.