It feels as though an out-and-out civil war is in full swing within the party as battle lines are drawn in the run-up to Friday's crucial meeting at Chequers, where Theresa May will thrash out the government's Brexit policy with her cabinet.
The Eurosceptic MP said the government could collapse if the Prime Minister did not deliver on what she promised.
Lawmaker Jacob Rees-Mogg, who heads a pro-Brexit faction, pressed May on the type of Brexit she should seek, setting out what kind of deals lawmakers would reject.
A source was quoted in the Times saying ministers came out of the meeting with Mr Robbins thinking "we were even more screwed than we were before".
The latest Tory infighting comes ahead of Theresa May assembling her cabinet this Friday at Chequers for critical Brexit discussions that will include a proposal for a third possible customs arrangement which follows the PM's long-favored "customs partnership" and the Brexiteers preferred highly-streamlined "maximum facilitation" option.
Hard Brexiteer Mr Rees-Mogg, tipped as a future Tory leader, insisted he was "confident" that Mrs May would deliver the Brexit he is demanding - with the United Kingdom leaving the single market and customs union and outside the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.
With less than nine months left before the country leaves the European Union, little is clear about how trade will flow as May is still trying to produce a customs plan that her divided Conservative Party can agree on. Peel, a Tory leader in the 1840s, went against his manifesto and the majority of the party by backing the abolition of punitive tariffs installed by the "Corn Laws".
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The article drew a rebuke from Alan Duncan, a Foreign Office minister, who said he was being insolent.
Rees-Mogg's intervention prompted a furious backlash from Remain-voting Tories.
"The ideological right are a minority despite their noise and should pipe down", he added.
I think we would all benefit from a period of from the ultras on both ends ...
Criticism also came from Tory backbenchers, including Sir Nicholas Soames, Simon Hoare and Sarah Wollaston, with Soames tweeting Rees-Mogg should "shut up" and "put a sock in it". "We should all support the Prime Minister and the businesses that employ so many people in good jobs and export so much".
"I'm confident the PM will deliver on that". The hectoring nonsense / blackmail has to stop, the reality of parliamentary arithmetic dawn and the calamity of a Corbyn Government woken up to. "If this becomes a binary choice between staying in the single market and customs union or no deal, then I do not believe there is a majority for no deal", she told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. "I am sure that she will deliver a Brexit that is entirely consistent with the promises she has made".