Theresa May has hinted she might resign if she loses her crunch Commons vote on Brexit next week

Asked by the BBC if she had an alternative Brexit plan given the scale of opposition she said: “That question is not for me. That question is for those why say that they want to oppose this deal.”

The comments reflect a feeling in Downing Street that critics lining up to pan the deal haven’t brought forward a plan of their own.

But just two weeks ago the PM refused to rule out three times whether she’d resign if she loses the December 11 vote.

The DUP piled on the pressure on Wednesday by warning they’d back a No Confidence vote in the PM if her vote DID go through.

Last night Tory insiders predicted a media blitz by Cabinet Ministers paving the way for a potential leadership run.

Home Secretary Sajid Javid and Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom sparked speculation of a “dream ticket” yesterday by inviting MPs to a joint Christmas drinks party on December 17.

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