Theresa May has held gatherings with driving Tory Remainers, in the midst of theory about further rebellions.
Justine Greening and Phillip Lee state Mrs May has overlooked solicitations from professional EU Tory MPs for Brexiteers.
The pair had separate gatherings with the PM in Downing Street.
Ms Greening said she had considered joining the three MPs who quit the Conservative Party on Wednesday – and would do as such if there was a no-bargain Brexit.
The deserters, similar to Ms Greening and Mr Lee, back another EU submission – and they state more Tory and Labor MPs are ready to join their new Independent Group.
Ex-Tory MP Heidi Allen told ITV’s Peston program “a third” of Tory MPs were tired of the gathering’s bearing.
Ms Greening and Mr Lee, who quit as an equity serve over Brexit, have been named by Ms Allen as a potential future deserters to the Independent Group.
The Right to Vote gathering, which is led by Mr Lee, said he had examined the battle’s requires a delay in the Brexit procedure and a conceivable second submission with Mrs May.
“Talks were open and we are urged she tuned in to our case,” the gathering said.