Recently, a group of MPs have formed in order to try and delay a no deal Brexit - something Boris Johnson has insisted he could carry out. Rebel MPs such as Sir Oliver Letwin and Dominic Grieve had recently admitted that they will meet with Jeremy Corbyn in order to discuss plans for an interim Government.
In addition to that rebel pack, former Cabinet ministers, David Gauke and Philip Hammond have also formed a splinter group looking to stop a no deal Brexit.
However, in a devastating blow to those MPs trying to sabotage a no deal Brexit, The Sun has reported that there is a “spit” among the rebel alliance.
Although Liberal Democrat and Labour MPs want to strike as soon as Parliament return from the summer recess, some Tory MPs believe that the timing is not quite right.
Such is the Brexit strategy that Boris Johnson has laid out that some within the rebel alliance are unsure when to deploy their attack on a no deal Brexit.
Moreover, according to The Sun, No 10 is now confident that Mr Johnson has done enough to dissuade an immediate threat.
One Tory Government source said: ”Tory MPs are listening to our appeal for reasonableness, for now.”