"but do blame the Jingoistic few like IDS, Redwood, Rees Mogg etc who relish a hard Brexit.. I am sorry for Mrs May, who is doing her best in spite of these disloyal people"
The fact that the people you've mentioned have a different view to the governments position, does not make them disloyal. It simply says they don't agree with the present trend and in a democracy, they are perfectly entitled to their views. There's plenty more, both within the Commons and the people who would agree with them - me included.
At the risk of repeating myself, the EU has no intention of a meaningful negotiation under Barnier. He's said no to just about everything and the time has come for us to stand up and be counted. Either they come to their senses and compromise, or we walk. Otherwise the referendum vote (and democracy), means nothing and will totally destroy what little remaining faith there is in politicians.
The Independent newspaper are running a campaign called " final say " in which the electorate would have the option to go with the governments deal for brexit or reject it. So far over 370,000 have signed up.
I have not but thought it worthwhile bringing it up.
"....the electorate would have the option to go with the governments deal for brexit or reject it."
All pretty pointless really - the press treating it as if it's the X Factor. What does The Guardian (or the Telegraph or Times) think will be gained by conducting what is in effect an opinion poll of their readerships? It wouldn't be representative of society as a whole by a very long chalk.
The Daily Mail, The Sun, and The Mirror probably have a greater combined readership than all the other papers put together - excepting The Metro, which has the biggest print readership (10 million) of any newspaper.