More than 30 Tory MPs are ready to vote to block a no deal Brexit as the two rival camps gear up for a show-down in Parliament, Telegraph reported.

Sam Gyimah said the MPs will pursue “legislative” options to stop no deal – such as blocking the next Prime Minister from suspending Parliament or creating alternative options.

It comes as Labour hinted it would move towards moving a no-confidence motion in the Government if leaving without a deal became more likely.

On Monday MPs are set to launch a fresh bid to block a no deal during a Commons vote on Northern Ireland.

The Government has tabled a Bill to delay any election to the Northern Ireland Assembly while talks to restore powersharing continue.

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