European Research Group Chairman, Jacob Rees-Mogg seems to be making manoeuvres against the Prime Minister.

MPs will vote on the deal Mrs May has reached with the European Union on Tuesday next week.

It is widely viewed that she will fail to gain enough support to get the deal through the Commons. What happens after this nobody knows.

Mr Rees-Mogg has submitted a letter of no confidence to the 1922 committee chairman and will not support May’s Brexit deal.

Taking to Twitter, the backbench Conservative MP urged the public and his fellow MInisters of Parliament to reject the deal and listed out 6 detailed reasons why.

“This deal hands over £39bn of UK taxpayers money with no guarantee of any long term agreement in return. In two years time we could be in the same place less £39bn. Our money should be conditional on a trade deal.”

“This deal, Article 174, keeps the supremacy of the European Court over our own law.”

“We could remain tied to the EU for an extendable ‘transition’ period, paying and accepting new laws over which we will have no say.”

“Unrestricted immigration of EU nationals will still be continuing at least 4 years after the referendum.”

“This deal leaves us with regulatory border checks on British goods at Calais, failing to solve the one issue it uses to justify the payment of money and other concessions.”

“This deal will deny the UK an independent trade policy while potentially keeping us out of existing EU trade policy. We would be cut off from the world with our trade and economy regulated from Brussels.”

If Jacob is able to get enough support with his Brexit vision, he could topple the Prime Minister.

When her deal fails to get through the Commons, May will be at the weakest she’s ever been and this would be an ideal moment to submit further letters of no confidence against her position.

Moderate Conservative MPs may suddenly lose confidence in the Prime Minister depending on how significant her Brexit deal defeat is.

Mr Rees-Mogg reportedly going to take part in a Channel 4 debate this Sunday and represent a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario.

The Green party leader, Caroline Lucas will represent a remain option.