Ratings and polls published on Sunday showed that support for the ruling Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May was at its lowest in five years as the government struggled to go through the parliament with a Brexit deal opposed by both the pro-EU Labour and fierce Eurosceptics.
Britain's Minister for the Cabinet Office David Lidington is seen outside Downing Street in London, Britain, April 1, 2019.
Without any consensus in parliament, reflective of a deeply divided population, all outcomes remain possible in the coming weeks and months: leaving the European Union with a deal, a disorderly exit without a deal, or another vote on whether to leave at all.
The Conservatives are set to lose out in local elections due on May 2nd, with one polling expert, Lord Hayward, saying the party faced a "Brexit penalty".
She has been unable to persuade MPs to back the withdrawal terms she has struck with Brussels, but is also unwilling to take Britain out of the European Union with no deal at all.
The Observer newspaper in London reported Sunday that the latest Opinium poll suggested the Conservatives have dropped six points over the past fortnight, giving Labour a seven-point lead.
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Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is now the bookies favourite to take over from Mrs May in the event of a leadership election but several party elites have publicly spoken out against Boris, primarily for his views on Brexit.
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With parliament on an 11-day break until April 23, Britons are wondering what happens next.
Conservative supporters blamed their falling support on May's failure to deliver on her promise to take Britain out of the European Union (EU) by March 29.
Former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith called Sunday on May to resign as prime minister next month. He described the delay to Brexit as "political death" and urged May to avoid taking part in the European elections.
"What we have agreed is a programme of meetings next week on particular subjects with the ministers and shadow ministers concerned getting together", he told the BBC.