Theresa May has said the United Kingdom would not have to take part if MPs agreed on a Brexit plan first.
As Brexit talks with the main opposition Labour Party faltered, hard right Tories were pushing again for changes to Conservative rules that would allow them a second attempt to topple her.
The Prime Minister is hold cross-party talks with Labour.
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Voters will go to the polls on 6 June to replace the former Labour MP Fiona Onasanya, who lost her seat after being jailed for perverting the course of justice.
A year ago she was jailed for perverting the course of justice after lying to avoid a speeding ticket.
"Nigel Farage is certainly doing a better job than Theresa May in leading, but this is an issue larger than party politics", he told The Argus, adding, "I don't think anyone could do a worse job than she's doing".
The spokesperson for May then stated that she will resign after the first stage of Brexit and that if it was entirely up to her, the United Kingdom we have left the European Union already.
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May is now insulated against a coup by guidelines that say she can not face another internal challenge within 12 months of a previous no-confidence vote.
However, Lidington said that the Member of the European Parliament (MEPs) will not "take their places in Brussels", if the government and Opposition reach an agreement over May's Brexit deal or a cross-party plan, Xinhua News Agency reported.
Meanwhile, the outlet quoted the Downing Street spokesperson as saying that the second round of talks demonstrated the seriousness of both sides in approaching the negotiations.
The two parties have been in discussions for over a month to try to broker a Brexit deal that can secure majority support in parliament after May's minority government suffered three defeats on her preferred deal this year and was forced to delay Britain's original departure from the European Union from March 29 to April 12.
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He suggested that Mrs May could make a final effort to get her Brexit deal through Parliament before the European elections on May 23.