The group, including Labour MP Yvette Cooper and Tory former minister Sir Oliver Letwin, have said they are ready to table an amendment enabling Parliament to force ministers to seek a delay if there is no deal in place, preventing the country falling into a no-deal Brexit "by accident".
Asked whether the comments reflect Government policy, Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: 'No.
Labour lawmaker Yvette Cooper, one of the leading campaigners against Brexit without a deal, unveiled a new plan to ensure parliament has a chance to vote on ruling out a no-deal scenario.
May, who delayed a vote on the deal in December when it was obvious Parliament would reject it, responded to Corbyn by saying that she was not responsible for the delay, instead blaming Parliament's failure to back it. "There are a number of areas in which the whole House should be able to come together".
Adding, "By getting the changes we need to the backstop; by protecting and enhancing workers' rights and environmental protections and by enhancing the role of parliament in the next phase of negotiations, I believe we can reach a deal that this House can support".
Keith Simpson, a usually loyal Conservative, said May is using unsafe delaying tactics, warning that he would not accept a no-deal Brexit. "She is playing for time, and playing with people's jobs, our economic security and the future of our industries".
Figures released Monday showed Britain's economy slowed a year ago to its joint-slowest annual rate since 2009, with business investment declining for four straight quarters. The European Union has indicated, however, it will not reopen negotiations on the deal.
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Despite the concerning signs, the central bank's projection was that "global growth is more likely than not to stabilise eventually around its new, modest trend" by the year's end. "We are 45 days before the possibility of it", Mr.
A disruption to global trade could reduce activity and the supply capacity of economies.
He described Brexit as "the first test of a new global order": done right, it could lead to improved worldwide cooperation and cross-border commerce, "built on a better balance of local and supranational authorities". Carney said after a speech in London.
"It is in the interests of everyone, arguably everywhere. that a Brexit solution that works for all is found in the weeks ahead", he said.
May is seeking changes to the backstop, the backup mechanism contained in the withdrawal agreement to avoid a hard border in the island of Ireland, after MPs asked her to go back to Brussels to renegotiate it in a vote late last month.
The measure, known as the backstop, is a safeguard mechanism that would keep the United Kingdom in a customs union with the EU and removes the need for checks along the border, until a permanent new trading relationship is in place.
The backstop arrangement is considered by some Brits - especially Brexiteers - to be a trap to retain Britain in a customs union with the EU and pragmatically delay their "divorce".