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Brexiteers discuss Theresa May leadership challenge
About 50 members of the European Research Group (ERG) openly discussed "how best you game the leadership election rules," a source said.
Eurosceptic MPs are to unveil what they say is a solution to the Irish border.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove said leadership speculation was "loose talk" and urged MPs to unite behind the PM.
Mr Gove said he wanted Mrs May to stay in Downing Street "as long as possible" and believed her much-criticised Chequers blueprint for future relations with the EU could win the support of Parliament.
"I am always in listening mode but we have a clear plan," he told BBC Radio 4's Today.
"It is the only plan on the table to ensure we can leave the single market and the customs union and take back control of important areas of policy."
The BBC's assistant political editor Norman Smith said the significance of the ideas discussed at the ERG meeting would have to be considered as leading Tory Brexiteers - Jacob Rees-Mogg, Owen Paterson, Iain Duncan Smith, Bernard Jenkin, David Davis, Boris Johnson - were not presen
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