David Davis quit as Brexit minister and Boris Johnson stepped down as foreign minister last week over May's Brexit blueprint, which would keep Britain economically close to the EU. Asked if any other senior Tories backed a second referendum, she said: "Yes I believe so".
"Today I want us to build on that, and ensure not only that we retain our prominence, but that in an increasingly competitive industry we make the most of the opportunities that lie ahead", she will say. "I have come to the conclusion that it does not respect the referendum result - it is not what people voted for", he said.
Brexit supporters had targeted the government's customs legislation, hoping to toughen up her plans to leave the EU.
Some MPs are planning to vote for amendments that would tie Britain to a permanent customs union with the EU.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of the pro-Brexit European Research Group (ERG), played down suggestions over the weekend they were seeking to topple Mrs May, saying she still had time to change course on her proposals.
The Daily Telegraph reported more than 100 MPs had joined the group - more than double the 48 needed to submit letters of no confidence in the Prime Minister to force a leadership contest.
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In the photo, she is seen surrounded by a group of bodyguards as she is being clicked by the paparazzi. "We know she is lovely . But all us actors wait for the moment when we can sink our teeth into a character deeper than beauty and it's trappings .
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Schnatter maintains an expansive office suite on the top floor of the company's headquarters building in Jeffersontown. He appears on its pizza boxes, in some of its TV ads and in the store's interiors.
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He fled in a auto which was found abandoned at a distance.The police then concentrated on a home the suspect had got into. The three officers were out of danger, local media reports said. "He was declared deceased by KCFD at that time".
'I've put down some amendments and we'll see what support they get, ' he said on Sunday.
Defending his record in office he added "don't tell me that the United Kingdom is losing diplomatic influence" citing the worldwide response to the Novichok poisoning which saw 28 countries expel 153 "Russian spooks".
But Mrs May faces further danger on Tuesday, with pro-EU Tories tabling amendments to the Trade Bill, which returns to the Commons.
May is battling for her political survival after announcing a negotiating plan that infuriated factions on both sides of her Conservative Party: eurosceptics say the plan leaves Britain too close to the European Union, while pro-European lawmakers say it leaves the country too distant.
May claims that the trade bill will enable Britain to maintain the 40-odd trade agreements that the European Union has with countries around the world.
Negotiations on the withdrawal agreement and future relationship resumed at official level in Brussels on Monday, with new Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab due to hold his first face-to-face talks with the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier on Thursday.
Since Prime Minister Theresa May revealed her incremental Brexit plan at a pivotal meeting with her Cabinet two weeks ago, she has faced open revolt among hard-line Brexiteers, who regard anything less than a clean break with the European Union as a betrayal of their original, revanchist vision.
May, vulnerable in parliament after losing her party's majority at an ill-judged election previous year, has come under fire from both wings of her party over a hard-won Brexit plan, with one ex-minister calling it the "worst of all worlds".