The chances are remote, but a legal battle that will play out today in parliament is potentially highly damaging for May, at a time when she is at her most vulnerable politically.
Labour could also try to cobble together a coalition with other parties, but now this looks impossible.
But parliamentarians have argued the government is required to release the full advice - including Cox's legal opinion - following a unanimous binding vote last month.
Opposition parties and a small Northern Irish party which props up May's minority government have said they plan to reject the deal when parliament votes on it on December 11.
A DUP source ominously briefed The Times this morning that the party would not feel obliged to back the Prime Minister, claiming the Conservatives would have breached their end of the "confidence and supply" deal by ploughing ahead with the backstop.
Defeat could topple the prime minister or her government.
He insisted the agreement delivered on the 2016 referendum result by bringing "a complete end" to European Union free movement in the United Kingdom - although he conceded it was "very unlikely" MPs would see the details of what the UK's post-Brexit immigration system might look like before they vote, as the plans were still be worked through.
"I reflected long and hard about this deal but I concluded, like lots of people, that while it is imperfect it is the right thing to do", he told BBC One's The Andrew Marr Show.
May herself has stuck rigidly to the line that she can win the parliamentary vote, and refused to tell reporters traveling with her to Buenos Aires whether she had a plan B. She's counting on the support of foreign leaders to buttress her case, with a message that rejection of the deal would put voters' jobs at risk.
"It does not comply with a motion of the House that you have ruled to be effective". If passed, the decision would pass to the committee of privileges, which would agree on a punishment if it decided contempt had occurred, which MPs would then need to approve.
In theory, the most severe penalty is expulsion from the House, although the prospects of that happening would appear remote.
Lesser punishments include a fine, or imprisonment in a regular jail.
Number 10 has been holding back detailed legal advice provided by attorney-general Geoffrey Cox on May's withdrawal agreement.
"Methinks I see in my mind a noble and puissant nation rousing herself like a strong man after sleep, and shaking her invincible locks."
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May began to answer: "I'm very clear that as Prime Minister I've got a duty to deliver..."
Espy and Hyde-Smith, who would be the state's first elected female senator, are vying for the seat that was long held by Sen. The discovery comes just before Tuesday's runoff election between Democrat Mike Espy , who is black, and Republican Sen.
Per the Telegraph , a January move is possible, but only if Jose Mourinho is seen as the long term manager at the club. Mourinho said defender Victor Lindelof would likely be out of action for "quite a while" with an injury.
Bush from another member of that club. "As President, he set the stage for decades of prosperity that have followed". Bush took his final flight, reuniting with his wife of 73 years, Barbara and his 3-year-old daughter, Robin".
One of the lawsuits against the Pentagon policy has made its way to an appeals court, the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. The justices like to have issues percolate below so that they can benefit from the opinions of lower court judges.
Finnish people have ridiculed Mr Trump's remarks, taking to Twitter to express their bafflement and amusement at the suggestion. After large-scale forest fires in Northern California the air quality in the state is becoming worst in the world.
But Cilic snuffed out that danger and turned up the power on his forehand to break at 5-5 before holding for a two-set lead. Next November a new format will see 18 teams assemble in Madrid for a World Cup-style event to decide the champion.
Authorities say Curry was driving a black Porsche on Friday when the driver of a Lexus lost control and struck his auto . CHP said the weather - it's been raining in parts of California - likely played a role in the crash.
Under PCA, weak banks are placed under a harsh framework that prevents them from accepting new deposits and lending money. Without a doubt, this action was part of the overall bad loan clean-up process initiated by the central bank in 2015.
The aircraft lost communications for almost an hour, forcing it to make an emergency landing in Germany's Cologne-Bonn airport. He also said that the back of the Buenos Aires government delegation will take another plane, the air force of Germany.
The plane's cockpit voice recorder, which would provide more information about what happened in the cockpit , has yet to be found. National Transportation Safety Board as technical advisers to support the ongoing investigation" by the Indonesian authorities.
She said she got to what she thought was her apartment - Jean's was directly above hers - and found the door ajar. Jean's family filed a lawsuit against the City of Dallas and its police department in late October.
The official spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk publicly ahead of the announcement. The reduction includes about 8,000 white-collar employees, or 15 percent of GM's North American white-collar workforce.
Obviously, the mall was packed with people doing their early Black Friday shopping , and chaos erupted when the shots were fired. Alabama's biggest mall is closed until further notice after a shooting that left two people injured and the suspect dead.
WSMV reported that the replacement comes after Rock made derogatory comments about Joy Behar on an episode of Fox & Friends. On April 22, Shaw tackled and unarmed a shooter at the Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee, a southern suburb of Nashville.
Trump weathered the similar criticism of going soft on Mr. "I want the Ukrainian soldiers released", she said. He stopped short of condemning Russian Federation , instead saying: "I don't like that aggression".
The senator added, "I don't think the administration won any votes [to oppose the Senate resolution] in that troubled briefing". Pompeo declined twice to say why Haspel wasn't there, responding with a smile, "I was asked to be here, and here I am".
Mrs May had a meeting with the prince on the first day of the G20 summit of world leaders in Buenos Aires , Argentina. Saudi Arabia denies that bin Salman ordered the killing, but US intelligence agencies have concluded the opposite.
We kept him on because we thought he had potential to be a big steer but never imagined he'd grow to be this huge, ' he said. An animal dubbed Australia's biggest steer has been saved from the slaughterhouse - because he's just too huge to deal with.
To prove its serious about this network enterprise, Project Fi is also getting a new, more official name: Google Fi . And visual voicemail won't work; instead, Google will send you a transcript of each voicemail via text messaging.
Sea level rise will also cost an estimated $118 billion, and damages to infrastructure could total $32 billion, the report says. Temperatures are still going up, and the odds of dangers such as wildfires in the West continue to increase.
In a Facebook post Saturday night, Ocala police identified the suspect as David Johnson, 54, and the victim as Carli Cronin, 30. The suspect is in custody after suffering a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the Ocala Police Department said on Twitter .
And the Spaniard has admitted that transferring his skills to the global stage could one day come to fruition. He was forced to cope with heavy fixture congestion and a title challenge from five other contenders.
The 34-year-old did the damage while being sacked in the third quarter and was replaced by Colt McCoy under center. As Smith left the field he waved to the crowd and put his hands together as if in a prayer.
Well, Apple's latest iPad Pro might have just taken the pedestal from the 2014 device, if the new video is anything to go by. The first reason is the power, which Apple repeats that the new iPad Pro is more powerful than most computers.
Two of them, Anthony Brindisi in NY and Ben McAdams in Utah, are in races that have not yet been called by The Associated Press. He said that on another network, Pelosi noted that "one thing her father taught her was how to count".