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Eleven Eurosceptics have reluctantly thrown their support behind Theresa May’s deal amid concerns the alternative would be “losing Brexit altogether”.

On Tuesday Jacob Rees-Mogg signalled he was ready to vote for the Prime Minister’s agreement and said: “The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit.”

Mr Rees-Mogg, who leads the Brexiteer European Research Group, has twice voted against the deal and previously said the only way he could support the deal would be if the backstop was removed.

Senior Brexiteer John Whittingdale also now plans to support Mrs May’s deal, the Daily Telegraph can reveal.

A source close to the former minister said he has decided to vote for it to avoid losing Brexit....

Eleven Eurosceptics have reluctantly thrown their support behind Theresa May’s deal amid concerns the alternative would be “losing Brexit altogether”.

On Tuesday Jacob Rees-Mogg signalled he was ready to vote for the Prime Minister’s agreement and said: “The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit.”

Mr Rees-Mogg, who leads the Brexiteer European Research Group, has twice voted against the deal and previously said the only way he could support the deal would be if the backstop was removed.

Senior Brexiteer John Whittingdale also now plans to support Mrs May’s deal, the Daily Telegraph can reveal.

A source close to the former minister said he has decided to vote for it to avoid losing Brexit....

Eleven Eurosceptics have reluctantly thrown their support behind Theresa May’s deal amid concerns the alternative would be “losing Brexit altogether”.

On Tuesday Jacob Rees-Mogg signalled he was ready to vote for the Prime Minister’s agreement and said: “The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit.”

Mr Rees-Mogg, who leads the Brexiteer European Research Group, has twice voted against the deal and previously said the only way he could support the deal would be if the backstop was removed.

Senior Brexiteer John Whittingdale also now plans to support Mrs May’s deal, the Daily Telegraph can reveal.

A source close to the former minister said he has decided to vote for it to avoid losing Brexit....

Eleven Eurosceptics have reluctantly thrown their support behind Theresa May’s deal amid concerns the alternative would be “losing Brexit altogether”.

On Tuesday Jacob Rees-Mogg signalled he was ready to vote for the Prime Minister’s agreement and said: “The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit.”

Mr Rees-Mogg, who leads the Brexiteer European Research Group, has twice voted against the deal and previously said the only way he could support the deal would be if the backstop was removed.

Senior Brexiteer John Whittingdale also now plans to support Mrs May’s deal, the Daily Telegraph can reveal.

A source close to the former minister said he has decided to vote for it to avoid losing Brexit....