Members of Parliament belonging to May's Conservative Party feared that if they voted down her government, it would trigger a general election and open the door to Jeremy Corbyn and his opposition Labour Party taking control of the government.
"If a second referendum should take place, then obviously the party will decide what role we will play in that and what our view would be.
After the British parliament overwhelmingly rejected British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit divorce deal this week, other European governments are now bracing for chaos too.
And a transcript of the call, obtained by the Daily Telegraph, recorded that the Chancellor said an amendment expected to be tabled by Tory backbenchers including Nick Boles on Monday could pave the way for Parliament to vote to "rescind" Article 50.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said it would be wrong to overturn the referendum result.
"It is not within the government's power to rule out no deal", she wrote.
"These discussions brought to the surface the complete misunderstanding in government circles about the time line to bring it about", Liberal Democrats leader Cable said as quoted by The Guardian newspaper.
"I remain determined in the name of the European Union to work for an organised withdrawal", Barnier said in Lisbon.
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"To me, the most likely outcome of all of this is an extension of Article 50", Farage told Sky.
Downing Street on Thursday said May would miss next week's annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, which she was scheduled to attend, to focus on Brexit negotiations.
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He referred to a cross-party Bill, from Tory MP Nick Boles, which aims to force the government to extend Article 50 if a Brexit deal can not be reached, according to The Telegraph.
"A no-deal Brexit will lead to plant suspensions within 24 hours", a Toyota official said, expressing concerns about possible supply-chain snags.
Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co. assemble vehicles in Britain and made over 800,000 units together in 2017 - about half of all vehicle output in the country.
The most recent polling suggests support for Brexit may be flagging.
May has repeatedly refused to countenance another election and has warned that another referendum would be corrosive as it would undermine faith in democracy among the 17.4 million people who voted to leave the European Union in the 2016 referendum.