Theresa May is facing a fight for her leadership as she was warned she is "drinking in the last chance saloon" and MPs lashed out at the the Prime Minister over her Brexit negotiations.
Conservative MPs have demanded May appears before the 1922 committee on Wednesday night to be grilled on Brexit and the state of the Government, according to reports.
Around 46 letters of no confidence have been submitted to the influential committee – just short of the 48 needed to trigger a leadership contest, Sky News reported.
Former Brexit secretary David Davis declared today that May had managed to anger both leavers and remainers after she seemed to endorse the extension of the Brexit implementation period beyond December 2020.
Writing in the Mail on Sunday Davis said: "Two years ago, the British people voted to take back control and leave the EU. Any final deal must respect what people voted for: control of borders, control of laws, control of money, control of trade. All free of oversight from EU institutions."
Meanwhile rising star Johnny Mercer, who last week described the government as a s**tshow, said that May's government was responsible for "an abject failure to govern"
The Plymouth MP slammed May's government for failing to lead over the Windrush scandal, the Grenfell Tower tragedy and Brexit.
Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen told the Mail on Sunday: "This week Theresa May will find that she is drinking in the last chance saloon and the bad news for her is that the bar is already dry.
"If she doesn't turn up to the '22 that will only make the letters go in even faster'."
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer said "to say that things have gone very wrong is an understatement."
"The UK and EU positions are as far apart as ever. And the repeated claim that the agreement is 80 per cent or 90 per cent complete ignores that the remaining part is the difficult bit," he said in the Sunday Times.
However, Brexit secretary Dominic Raab told the BBC today that May was holding on to a "pretty strong thread" and was edging closer to securing a good Brexit deal.