It all started in 2013, when the-then PM David Cameron promises a referendum on Britain's membership in the EU if the Conservative Party wins the next general election.
Mark Carney, who is due to step down next year after Britain leaves the European Union as scheduled in March, said no-deal was "a relatively unlikely possibility but it is a possibility".
Speaking to reporters after meeting his Austrian counterpart Karin Kneissl, Hunt said: "At the moment we are heading for no deal by accident".
Government whips overcame the rebellion by a dozen Tory lawmakers -- reportedly issuing last-ditch threats it would prompt a no-confidence vote in the prime minister -- by just seven votes.
After two years of wrangling with her Conservative party, May finally presented her plan this month for economic ties with the EU after Brexit, sparking outrage among hardliners in the party.
With several MPs turning face after the controversial Brexit White Paper within her own Conservative party, PM May sought to win over President Trump after Britain exits from the European Union.
Trump said, May's plan would "probably kill the deal" as it would mean the US "would be dealing with the European Union" instead of the UK.
US President Donald Trump today said he was not sure that Britons had voted for the Brexit plan presented by Prime Minister Theresa May, which has triggered a British cabinet rebellion.
Even after receiving a number of resignations, the British Prime Minister promise an orderly departure from the European Union (EU).
May was forced to carry out a reshuffle of her top team after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis both quit over differences with her over Brexit.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit minister David Davis resigned within hours of each other, denouncing a plan that the cabinet had only agreed on Friday.
In a two-page letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, the leading Brexit supporter said that while he initially accepted the government's proposal, it now 'sticks in the throat'.
British PM Theresa May under pressure as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson also resigns after Brexit minister David Davis
May quickly announced a replacement for Davis, with Dominic Raab taking charge of day to day negotiations as the new Brexit minister.
British foreign minister Boris Johnson resigned just days after Prime Minister Theresa May secured a hard-won agreement from senior ministers on an EU exit strategy.
Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street office announced the appointment in a statement. Javid was previously Britain's communities minister.