Prime Minister Theresa May could set a date for her resignation in the coming days, the chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee has said, ONA reports citing BBC.
The PM said she will step down when her Brexit deal is ratified by Parliament - but some MPs want a fixed date.
Sir Graham Brady said he expected a "clear understanding" of that timetable once she has met the committee, which she would do on Wednesday.
He also said he expected Brexit talks with Labour to "peter out" within days.
And Sir Graham also refused to rule out running himself to replace Mrs May.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4's The Week in Westminster, he said the 1922 Committee had asked her to give "clarity" about her plans for the future, and she had "offered to come and meet with the executive".
"It would be strange for that not to result in a clear understanding [of when she will leave] at the end of the meeting," he added.
The 1922 Committee is an elected body of Tory MPs that represents backbenchers and oversees the party's leadership contests.