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After joining MPs in rejecting Theresa May's Brexit deal by a historic margin in January, Conservative Brexiteers have been increasingly abandoning the fight and coming round to it rather than holding out support in the hope of securing a no-deal exit.

This month, David Davis, Nadine Dorries and Philip Davies were among the Brexiteers who swung around behind the deal for the second meaningful vote earlier this month.

And now other Tory Eurosceptics are suggesting they could do so when it is presented to the House of Commons for a third time.

Boris Johnson told Telegraph subscribers last night there was an "appreciable risk that we will not leave at all" if the deal is voted down again, while...

After joining MPs in rejecting Theresa May's Brexit deal by a historic margin in January, Conservative Brexiteers have been increasingly abandoning the fight and coming round to it rather than holding out support in the hope of securing a no-deal exit.

This month, David Davis, Nadine Dorries and Philip Davies were among the Brexiteers who swung around behind the deal for the second meaningful vote earlier this month.

And now other Tory Eurosceptics are suggesting they could do so when it is presented to the House of Commons for a third time.

Boris Johnson told Telegraph subscribers last night there was an "appreciable risk that we will not leave at all" if the deal is voted down again, while...

After joining MPs in rejecting Theresa May's Brexit deal by a historic margin in January, Conservative Brexiteers have been increasingly abandoning the fight and coming round to it rather than holding out support in the hope of securing a no-deal exit.

This month, David Davis, Nadine Dorries and Philip Davies were among the Brexiteers who swung around behind the deal for the second meaningful vote earlier this month.

And now other Tory Eurosceptics are suggesting they could do so when it is presented to the House of Commons for a third time.

Boris Johnson told Telegraph subscribers last night there was an "appreciable risk that we will not leave at all" if the deal is voted down again, while...

After joining MPs in rejecting Theresa May's Brexit deal by a historic margin in January, Conservative Brexiteers have been increasingly abandoning the fight and coming round to it rather than holding out support in the hope of securing a no-deal exit.

This month, David Davis, Nadine Dorries and Philip Davies were among the Brexiteers who swung around behind the deal for the second meaningful vote earlier this month.

And now other Tory Eurosceptics are suggesting they could do so when it is presented to the House of Commons for a third time.

Boris Johnson told Telegraph subscribers last night there was an "appreciable risk that we will not leave at all" if the deal is voted down again, while...