WHAT IT DOES: Proposes replacing the Northern Ireland backstop with "alternative arrangements" to avoid a hard border.
If May's deal is defeated and the government is unable to have any amended version passed in the next three weeks, one suggestion is for senior lawmakers who chair parliamentary committees to come up with an alternative Brexit plan.
Asked if it had Government backing he said: "I hope so..."
"If my amendment is carried, she goes back to Brussels and says: you wanted to know what we can get through the House of Commons?"
Meanwhile, pro-Europe amendments pose a threat to Mrs May's grip on Brexit.
What are more important are a series of amendments tabled to the motion.
Mr Hancock was challenged over claims he told the Cabinet patients could die in the event of a no-deal.
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The chamber, which represents 200 companies including Maersk and P&0 that facilitate 95 percent of the country's trade in goods, said May should either ditch the Irish backstop - the most contentious part of the deal she agreed in November - or put a time limit on it.
"If we don't seize the moment tomorrow afternoon then we are at grave risk of just driving off the edge on March 29 without really wanting to, and when there might be a compromise we could achieve if we just had a few more months".
COULD IT SUCCEED? With enough votes from Tory rebels, yes.
A dozen pro-European ministers including Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd and Justice Secretary David Gauke held a conference call in which they agreed such a move would help defer a potential rebellion, according to the newspaper.
The PM is looking to change the text of the agreement to insert either a sunset clause or a mechanism for the United Kingdom to escape without reference to the EU, Boris Johnson said in The Telegraph.
"I don't think people want to see us in a second referendum.They want to see parliamentarians working together to carry out what happened in the result of the referendum to get the best possible deal we can for Britain moving forward and the only way we can do that next week is by Theresa May actually genuinely working across Parliament and looking at her red lines and seeing how she can build that consensus.I still think that can happen".
"If we mean it, if we really try, I have no doubt that the European Union will give us the Freedom Clause we need".