Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday warned against parliament's rejection of Britain's EU agreement known as the "Brexit" and said if parliament rejects her Brexit deal, it could leave Britain in the European Union and bring the opposition Labour Party to power.
The embattled leader's message came with her government fearing a heavy defeat in Tuesday's parliamentary vote on the draft withdrawal agreement she signed with Brussels last month.
Media reports said PM was under pressure from her cabinet to postpone the vote and even go to Brussels to secure further concessions before a planned summit with the 27 EU leaders on Thursday and Friday.
But Berkstoff's secretary, Stephen Barclay, told the BBC: "The voting is going ahead and continues."
PM Theresa May added Britain would "really be in uncharted waters"
if the text agreed after nearly two years of tortuous negotiations is voted down less than four months before the March 29 Brexit date.
"It would mean grave uncertainty for the nation with a very real risk of no Brexit," she told the Mail on Sunday.
She told the newspaper "Mail on Sunday":
We have an opposition leader who is thinking of nothing but trying to hold a general election ... I think that Jeremy Corbyn is challenging to hold on to the government and it is a danger we can not afford.
The British prime minister appears to be suffering from fears of failure, Labor's victory and the return of their leader, which means rejecting the idea of a British exit