Corbyn told Parliament his motion says: "This House has no confidence in the prime minister due to her failure to allow the House of Commons to have a meaningful vote straight away" on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
May wants the increasingly serious no-deal preparations to dominate the Brexit discussion at cabinet, even though ministers anxious about the stalled negotiations with Brussels are openly canvassing alternatives if her deal is voted down next month.
The vote refers to confidence in Mrs May's leadership specifically rather than in the government as whole, and so it is conceivable that rebel Tories could vote with Labour in order to bring down the PM and have her replaced.
In the face of calls for a second referendum to resolve the impasse, she has argued that this would betray the 2016 result and undermine public confidence in politics.
The vote was supposed to take place last week, but May canceled it at the last minute when it became clear lawmakers would resoundingly reject the agreement.
It was duly reported in the lead-up to Theresa May's latest Brexit statement that Jeremy Corbyn would threaten a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister in his response. "I continue to believe that this is a good deal". "It is a compromise". "There is no deal that can meet all the promises made for it - or one that is as good as the deal we already have in the European Union".
The longer it takes, voices urging a change of tack are getting louder and the pressure on the main opposition Labour Party to move against the government is rising.
The so-called "meaningful vote" on the prime minister's draft deal was meant to be held last week, but she made a decision to delay it in a bid to avoid a humiliating defeat.
After a Sunday Times report on plans for a new referendum, Barwell posted on Twitter that "I am not planning a 2nd referendum with political opponents or anyone else", adding it would "further divide the country when we should be trying to bring people back together".
She said it would do "irreparable damage" to the integrity of British politics.
May's deal is loathed both by pro-Brexit lawmakers, who think it keeps Britain bound too closely to the bloc, and pro-Europeans, who see it as inferior to staying in the EU.
Earlier on Monday, an European Union spokesman said it had provided the "clarifications" requested on the contentious issue of the Northern Ireland border backstop and "no further meetings were foreseen".
"She [May] is going to try and make this a choice between her deal and no deal and say "you have no alternative, you might not like what I'm offering but you like the only other pathway [a no-deal departure] even less, so choose the lesser of two evils", Simon Usherwood, a reader in politics at the University of Surrey and deputy director of the United Kingdom in a Changing Europe group, said.
The cabinet will discuss whether the government should ramp up preparations for a no-deal Brexit when it meets later this morning.
Pro-EU Cabinet ministers, meanwhile, are seeking to work with opposition politicians to find a way out of the morass.
He was replying to veteran former minister Frank Field, who asked if there was "a way of moving to a vote" on May's agreement after the Government postponed the debate last week. But the idea has support in Cabinet.
The US has long complained of a lack of fair access for foreign companies in China and rampant theft of intellectual property. Trump delayed increasing the tariffs on $200 billion of goods to 25 percent until March to give time to make a deal.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) applauded the hemp provision as a big boost for the agricultural industry. As a commodity, hemp would be eligible for crop insurance, which has not been available.
Australia was then dismissed for 243 when swing bowler Mohammed Shami claimed a career-best 6-56. "You guys are the captains". The series, level at 1-1 following Australia's victory in Perth , continues at the MCG on Boxing Day.
LeBron James will face Dwyane Wade one last time tonight (10/12), when the Los Angeles Lakers welcome the Miami Heat. This will be one of my favorite post game reports of the year. "One of the best movies you could ever see".
U.S. ships can only be in the Black Sea for 21 days under the Montreux Convention, the broadcaster said. Since then, Washington has sought to show its support for Ukraine while condemning Russian actions.
The court suspended a proclamation issued by Sirisena on Friday sacking the legislature and calling for elections on January 5. It also ordered that Rajapaksa should not exercise the powers of the office he has claimed since October 26.
The Dutchman continued: "We want to reach the maximum and hopefully do better than we did past year in the Champions League ". A bit like Real and Bayern, Barca are a team on the decline and one that we can certainly beat over two legs.
U.S. House Democrats to seek Trump tax returns
Claire McCaskill of Missouri told another interviewer that her party concentrates too much on "gender politics". The story , by Guy Benson, says Republicans could indeed pass the measure through the House.
Valencia vs. Manchester United - Football Match Report
Valencia secured a place in the last 32 of the Europa League by finishing third in the group - and it was mainly thanks to Jones. Porto would probably be the favoured pick but, on this evidence, they might feel the same about United .
Trevor Ariza would prefer to be traded to Lakers
Ariza was signed this past offseason, and the Suns first chance to trade him comes tonight 12AM EST on December 15th. The Wizards made the trade call with Dillon Brooks involved in the deal heading to Phoenix.
US arrests 32 at San Diego border demonstration
The arrests marked the second confrontation with US federal agents since the migrant caravan reached Tijuana. About 300 people participated in the demonstration organized by the American Friends Service Committee.