The Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party, which props up May's minority government in Westminster, added: "It remains to be seen if sub-contracting out the future of Brexit to Jeremy Corbyn, someone whom the Conservatives have demonised for four years, will end happily".
She is now seeking to thrash out a Brexit compromise with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Mrs May directed her college to "remarks I made about what I think a Labour government would do with regards to the economy" and said she still does "not think that the Labour party should be in Government".
May's last-ditch approach to Corbyn, who is loathed by many of her Conservatives and mocked by May herself as unfit to govern, provoked anger in her febrile party. Labour wants the U.K.to remain in a customs union with the bloc to ensure frictionless trade.
Nicola Sturgeon will meet Theresa May in London later on Wednesday after accusing her of "kicking the can" over Brexit.
"There are actually a number of areas we agree on in relation to Brexit. what we want to do now is to find a way forward that can command the support of this House and deliver on Brexit", May told parliament.
"We are five minutes past midnight and this should be known in London", Germany's Heiko Maas said.
Her decision could lead to closer European Union relations and a second extension of the Brexit deadline.
The Prime Minister will meet the Labour leader today and reportedly plans to hammer out a deal by Friday night to avoid a long Brexit delay and dodge European elections.
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Fellow junior minister Chris Heaton-Harris also said he was quitting his Brexit department post because he thought Britain should have left on the original deadline date of March 29.
"I want to deliver Brexit, I want to deliver Brexit in a orderly way, I want to do it as soon as possible, I want to do it without us having to fight European Parliamentary elections".
Juergen Maier urged lawmakers to maintain Britain in a customs union with the EU, saying that would enable frictionless transaction to last.
"The first executive of industrial manufacturer Siemens U.K. implored British lawmakers to combine about a compromise Brexit deal, stating the country's political chaos was creating the U.K. a" laughing stock". The bloc says it will only do that if Britain comes up with a new Brexit plan.
Throughout the day political commentators had been speculating on what was being discussed by May and her team of government ministers.
Her cross-party talks - after nearly three years of seeking to push through her own version of a Brexit divorce deal - came amid European Union warnings that a damaging withdrawal without a plan is growing more likely by the day.
"I recognise my responsibility", the leader of the left-wing Labour Party said.
A motion was approved in the European parliament on Wednesday by which procedures are set in motion for Gibraltar to be officially described as a "colony" of the UK.
May could try to bring her Brexit agreement back for a fourth period after this week.