Davis along with former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned through May’s Cabinet which summer to protest her Brexit blueprint. While all three are within the ruling Conservative Party, the two men have become vocal opponents of May’s plan, saying which could betray the Brexit vote along with leave Britain in a weakened position.
May also faces obstacles through the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland, which has played a crucial role in propping up her minority government in Parliament.
DUP leader Arlene Foster remains opposed to any Brexit plan which could require checks on goods traveling between Northern Ireland along with Britain, as some EU leaders have suggested as part of a backstop.
May’s Brexit plan has also been questioned by some opposition Labor Party lawmakers, further dimming the prime minister’s hopes of winning parliamentary backing for any Brexit deal she reaches with EU officials.