Matthew Elliott was CEO of the official Vote Leave campaign.
The day before the vote, on December 10, the European Court of Justice of Justice will deliver a judgment on whether Britain can unilaterally reverse its move to leave. It has not explained the nature of the fundamental choice which Brexit presents: either to seek close co-operation with the European Union, and accept the legal and institutional implications of that; or to seek a more distant relationship, with greater independence, but with economic costs.
Many other ministers, including Home Secretary Sajid Javid and Secretary for Work and Pensions Amber Rudd, believe that the United Kingdom government should continue to move forward with the agreed draft deal but still call off the parliament vote, the news outlet added.
Mrs May is sending 30 of her top ministers out and about around the country today in a desperate bid to get MPs to back her deal next week. "I will not vote for the Prime Minister's blank cheque and I will oppose a no deal Brexit with every fibre of my being". However this changes to 65 percent if pitted against a no deal after removing Remain as an option.
Tory resistance to the Brexit plan could be bolstered by the knowledge that voting down the deal will not necessarily result in the collapse of the Government given the DUP's stance.
"It affords Northern Ireland full access to the single market for goods and the customs union without the corresponding obligations of membership, thus splitting the [EU's] four freedoms", he wrote. All this advice reveals is the central weaknesses in the Government's deal.
"Equally however I can not support a "no deal" proposition". "The question is what will the Brits do if the deal fails in their parliament". "This has serious implications for the future of the country", he said.
Fylde's Conservative MP Mark Menzies has called for calm in the Brexit debate - saying he supports the Prime Minister, but is not convinced by the deal on the table at present.
Emails will be sent to the MPs direct from the sender's email address, and not from a server.
"There is no "one-size fits all" here, and there never will be".
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbot said: "On the question of security, assertions, aspirations, a wish list is not enough, we need a treaty".
He said that nobody wanted a no-deal Brexit but time had been wasted by the Prime Minister "going down a path that she must have known weeks ago couldn't command a majority in Parliament".
Several analyses have warned of the extreme economic damage that leaving Europe without any deal could bring.
"The situation is incredibly divisive and clearly, there is no solution which will make everyone happy".
He also offered them some reassurance on the bit they hate most - the Irish backstop.
One estimate in The Guardian newspaper has the prime minister suffering a huge defeat of nearly 200 votes. We have agreed on the deal.
The proposal has sparked opposition from all sides because of concerns it would drive a wedge between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom while leaving the country tied to the European Union indefinitely.
"Leaving it would both endanger those and our future prosperity, causing particular problems for towns and areas like Blackpool". Yes I am meeting colleagues, I'm listening to colleagues' concerns.
She also ruled out a second referendum, arguing that those who were calling for one were doing so in the hopes that Brexit could be stopped.
Before the prime minister appeared at the despatch box, her government had gone down to defeat for the third time in an hour.