Theresa May will address Tory MPs at the 1922 committee at 5pm tomorrow amid speculation she will use the meeting to announce the date of her resignation, ONA reports citing Express.co.uk.
One MP said it was “certainly a possibility” the Prime Minister would inform the influential groups of backbenchers when she intends to step down. And party grandees are also understood to be expecting an announcement on her immediate future.
The Prime Minister's fragile authority suffered another blow last night when three more ministers resigned to back a Commons amendment enabling MPs to take control of Commons business to stage a series of "indicative votes" on alternatives to her deal.
They were among 30 Conservative MPs to defy the whips and support the cross-party amendment which was passed by 329 to 302 - a majority of 27 - in another humiliating reverse for Mrs May.
The defeat heaps further pressure on her position and could increase the chances of an early general election if MPs back plans for a softer Brexit which would be unacceptable to the Prime Minister or Tory Eurosceptics.