DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds said lengthy talks on Friday with senior ministers including Chancellor Philip Hammond were "constructive" and there was a "renewed focus" from the Government on addressing their concerns.
The leader's office is in talks with Labour backbenchers Peter Kyle and Phil Wilson who have drafted an amendment that would ask MPs to back the Prime Minister's withdrawal plan but on the condition she puts it to the public in a second referendum.
A new vote on her deal is likely next week, when those lawmakers will have to decide whether to back a deal they feel does not offer a clean break from the European Union, or accept that Brexit could be watered down or even thwarted by a lengthy delay.
But there was some good news for May, as lawmakers rejected an attempt to strip her of control over Brexit.
The cross-party amendment, tabled by MPs including Labour's Hilary Benn and Yvette Cooper and Tory Sir Oliver Letwin, would have forced a set of "indicative votes" to determine the preferred Brexit outcome of the House of Commons. May's deal was not approved then a long extension was on the cards.
This raises questions as to whether the amendment will be passed, if it lacks Labour support, and how likely it is such a referendum can be held if it is passed as it requires a deal to be signed off. There is no majority in Parliament for anything on Brexit - and that is the problem which only a People's Vote can solve.
Postponing Brexit gives May some respite, amid a crisis that has shredded her authority and obliterated her control of a fractious Conservative minority government.
That would imply a long extension as few believe that a radically different Brexit deal to the one already negotiated by May can be agreed quickly with the EU.
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To succeed, she must win over dozens of Brexit-supporting rebels in her own Conservative Party and importantly the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which has 10 members in parliament.
Alan Wager, a researcher at the U.K.in a Changing Europe think tank, said May faced a struggle to overturn a 149-vote margin of defeat in Parliament this week.
Asked what she thought of the People's Vote campaign's call for patience, she said: "No one dictates how I vote, except my constituents". The short delay would be to allow the necessary legislation to be passed.
This incredible state of affairs has come to pass despite the Prime Minister having repeatedly promised that Article 50 would not be extended and that Brexit would be delivered "on time" - in line with her now long-abandoned mantra that "no deal is better than a bad deal".
"A people's vote is the only way out of this Tory Brexit disaster", Ms Siddiq told the New Journal this evening (Thursday).
A delay would also see Britain take part in European Parliament elections in May - bizarrely re-immersing the country in EU politics after Brexit was originally meant to have gone into effect.
Officials and national leaders in the bloc are exasperated at the events in London.
Some have also said that Britain should not be allowed merely to continue to remain a member while giving no clear indication of what it planned to use an extension for after months of deadlock in London over whether or not to accept a Brexit treaty agreed by Prime Minister Theresa May.
"Under no circumstances an extension in the dark!" tweeted the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator, Guy Verhofstadt.