Asked whether she was putting pressure on Tory MPs to fall in behind her plan, Mrs May said: "Obviously we're talking to colleagues about this vote".
When the Japanese PM publicly calls on May for "support to avoid no deal" - as he did today here in Argentina - because of the damage trade friction at the border would do to important Japanese companies with big factories in the United Kingdom, it is very hard for the PM to plausibly argue that she would simply let chaotic events drive the United Kingdom to the cliff edge of an unnegotiated withdrawal from the EU.
She poured cold water on the idea - widely touted as a means of attracting wavering Remain MPs - of shifting to a Norway-style arrangement involving membership of the European Free Trade Association (Efta) and the European Economic Area (EEA), pointing out that this would not allow the United Kingdom to end freedom of movement for European workers.
Dr Fox, who has given his backing to Mrs May's deal, is using a speech on Friday to appeal for unity and support for the PM's stance.
Britain's 52-48 per cent 2016 vote to leave the European Union strained the ties of the four-nation United Kingdom because England and Wales voted to leave but Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to stay. People voted for Brexit and I think it's up to us to deliver Brexit.
BBC bosses have been told broadcasting a TV Brexit debate with just Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn would be a "severe dereliction" of the broadcaster's public responsibility.
"I've got a plan". "What I see from Labour is an attempt to frustrate what the government is doing to deliver Brexit for the British people. What I hope to see and what I'm sure we will be seeing is opportunities for young people in the UK, opportunities for training and skilling young people in the UK", May told reporters at the G20 summit in Argentina.
"Without a backstop there is no deal".
Gyimah said "what has happened with Galileo is a foretaste of the brutal negotiations we will go through that will weaken our national interest, make us poorer, less secure".
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Pressed over whether she is drawing up a Plan B in case of defeat in the Commons, Mrs May said: "The focus of myself and the Government is on the vote taking place on December 11".
"If this deal is rejected in the Commons, we are left with.an alternative: no deal or no Brexit at all".
In Buenos Aires, she'll set out what Brexit means for Britain's trading relationships around the world, her office said.
"There is an alternative to Theresa May's bad deal and no deal. And we will be relying on the good faith of the European Union to deliver the bespoke deal we have been led to expect".
"But a divided country is not a country that prospers".
"It is important that we bring the country together and actually look to our future outside the European Union".
But hinting at potential further resignations from Mrs May's top team over Brexit, he added: "Members of the Cabinet who don't vote for the deal won't be members of the Cabinet".
Wales and Scotland say they have been ignored in the negotiating process, something the government denies.