Boris Johnson claimed that Theresa May was on the verge of "the EU's total surrender" over Brexit as he called on the government to revolt against plans to withdraw the prime minister.
The former foreign minister suggested that, if Maya's return plans for the EU aimed at preventing the heavy border in Northern Ireland had passed through Great Britain, they could be reduced to colony status.
In an attack on the PM's proposal in front of the Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, Mr Johnson said that Mrs. May's agenda saw UK stay "in detention."
Mr Johnson stated that UK backing plans for the UK would not be able to find a solution to the Irish border issue would be worse than the rest of the EU.
Mrs. May was flown by both sides of Tory after the shock of the resignation of Mr Johnson, his pro-European brother Jo, who also brought a horrible attack on PM's position.
This move fired speculation that more ministers who supported Remain in the referendum campaign could also close.
Pro-Brexit Common's leader Andrea Leads added Tory to the tensions, insisting that Britain can not be "captured" in the return agreement, without leaving the option at the time of the election.
Writing in Daily Telegraph, Mr. Johnson said, "I want you to enjoy the full horror of this capitulation.
"According to Article 50, Britain can at least leave the EU in theory. We do not have to consult with any other body.
"But, according to these proposals, we agree that the EU will say whether this country is capable of bringing that ultimate exit from the important EU institution of the customs union.
"In other words, we are on the verge of applying for something worse than the current constitutional standpoint.
"These are terms that could be carried out on a colony."
Mr. Johnson added that even if the government got the EU to agree to give London a one-way exit option from the backstop it would be meaningless.
"The terrible truth is that even if the Cabinet shames – as it should – it will make a little difference.
"Even if we agree with the EU that the United Kingdom must have a one-off termination clause, so that we can go in its sweet way at the time of its own choosing, that is irrelevant because the program and ambitions of the Government remain so that we remain in our cell even and if we get the theoretical key to escape. "
Mr. Johnson said that the prime minister would try to "dismiss the deputies in the vote for surrender" by putting the argument as accepting her proposals or "chaos without work".
I hope the government will soon sign up for Brexit's proposals on Tuesday, as reported, the EU has rejected London's plans for an arbitrary arbitration clause that would allow the UK to stop working on the Northern Ireland border.
The obvious blind street makes it difficult for the prime minister to provide a special EU conference in November to resolve Brexit's requirements.
But in Downing Street, trying to move forward, Maya Brexit's adviser Olly Robbins held talks on Sunday in Brussels.
Former Secretary of Culture John Whittingdale said Mrs. May should go if she can not get Brexit's work through Commons.
He told The Westminster Hour BBC Radio 4: "I think if Prime Minister Brexit's plan does not go through parliament, I think it's pretty difficult to see how the prime minister can continue because it has signaled her credibility.
"It's very difficult to turn around and say," Okay, my plan has ruined Parliament, I'm leaving and thinking about the other. "