Britain's opposition Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn speaks after tellers announced the results of the vote Brexit deal in Parliament in London, Britain, March 12, 2019, in this screen grab taken from video.
"If she could say she's prepared to understand what we're saying, the points we're making about the future - customs union, dynamic relationship with Europe - then we will be able to talk to her about that".
Speaking to reporters in his Aylesbury constituency, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster said: "I don't think that I've any wish to take over from the PM (who) I think is doing a fantastic job".
With the United Kingdom being thrown into a chaos following the second defeat of the Theresa May-proposed European Union exit deal in the Parliament, UK Minister Philip Hammond said that a second referendum on Brexit now appears to be a possibility.
She was meeting key pro-Brexit colleagues on Sunday at her country residence, Chequers along with ministerial colleagues including Mr Lidington.
With pressure being cranked up on May to the point of serious questions being asked about whether she can see the week out as PM, Parliament must come up with a Brexit deal that can garner the support of a majority of MPs. "The end is nigh", an unidentified cabinet minister told the newspaper.
"To be talking about changing the players on the board, frankly, is self-indulgent at this time", he told Sky News. If she refused to go, ministers would threaten to resign.More news: Steve McManaman backs Liverpool to win Premier League, Champions League double
Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, former Brexit secretary David Davis said leaving on World Trade Organisation terms, also called a no-deal Brexit, looked "much better than the other options in front of us".
Hundreds of people attend a rally near the war memorial on Deiniol Road in Bangor for a Brexit protest, which coincided with the People's Vote March in London this afternoon.
Defeat for the Government on Monday night on the plan - tabled by former ministers Sir Oliver Letwin and Dominic Grieve and Labour MP Hilary Benn - would be a further humiliation for Mrs May.
According to Tim Riddell, macro strategist at Westpac, the only Brexit certainty is continued uncertainty and with only a week before the Article 50 end date EU Leaders provided some breathing space for Mrs May's almost suffocated deal for a Withdrawal Agreement. But House of Lords member John Kerr, who helped draw up Article 50, said a revocation "isn't politically doable" without a general election or referendum.
The attack occurred days after Corbyn, 69, had said his Labour party would support a second referendum if it could not get backing for its alternative Brexit plans.
Ministers will discuss at 0900 GMT how to address parliament's attempts to take control of Brexit before a meeting of May's cabinet team, a government source said.
MPs will be allowed time later this week to vote on several different ways forward for Brexit on Government time - but she insisted she would not necessarily by bound by what they.