Critics say he's deliberately spoiling for a fight with Brussels so he can crash out of the EU.
Johnson has stressed that the United Kingdom would leave the European Union by October 31 "do or die", leaving just 58 days for the two parties to meet for negotiations, agree on a new deal and have it approved by their respective parliaments.
Just 12 per cent back Mr Johnson delaying Brexit for a third time "until we can negotiate a deal that can pass the House of Commons", and less than one-third, 29 per cent, said he should "cancel Brexit and decide to remain in the European Union after all".
The memo says: "The campaign will seek to make inaction against a no-deal Brexit electorally toxic in key Labour and Conservative seats ahead of attempts by parliamentarians to block no deal this autumn".
The IFG report said: "It is now of no use to MPs who want to express their view on no deal; if Mr Johnson is set on no-deal he will not need to schedule any further meaningful votes".
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Earlier, the FT reported that Johnson would hold an election in the days following Brexit if lawmakers sink his government in a no-confidence vote, which many expect to be held in early September when parliament returns from its summer break.
The document was reportedly drawn up after a strategy meeting involving a cross-party group of MPs last week, and is believed to have been discussed with the Labour Party leadership.
"We very much want a deal but we're also clear about what needs to be achieved in order to secure that".
"[The prime minister] wants to achieve a deal but if we can not achieve a deal then it needs to be as orderly a Brexit as possible - that is why the work of government at the moment is focused hugely on that effort".
Speaking during a visit to Northern Ireland yesterday, Michael Gove said the Government would spend "whatever it takes" preparing for a no-deal Brexit.
Buckland added: "there is a difference between crashing out and not achieving a deal", and said ongoing work would "avoid the chaos of a crash-out".