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Brexit: Calls grow for Theresa May to resign in bill backlash

The prime minister is facing growing calls to resign amid a backlash against her Brexit plan from Conservative MPs.Several cabinet ministers have told the BBC that she cannot stay, with one saying it is "the end of the line".Others, though, insist Theresa May should push on with her plan to put her Withdrawal Agreement Bill to a vote.Sources have told the BBC that the chief whip, Julian Smith, has informed backbench MPs that the prime minister is not resigning.Nevertheless, the BBC's political editor says it appears the government is almost at breakdown.Latest: Reaction to PM's Brexit "compromise" offer No 10 plans to stand firm as PM's future unclear Home Secretary Sajid Javid - who wants the second referendum vote requirement rem ...