Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Gareth Snell has called for Theresa May to table a motion of no confidence in her own Cabinet.
Mr Snell, who was elected in February in a by-election, was debating the June 8 General Election with MPs in the House of Commons when he made the comments.
The Labour MP said: “One way she could secure the votes of me and my honourable friends is to table a motion of no confidence in her own Cabinet, which I will happily vote for.”
A total of 522 MPs voted in favour of holding the election with 13 voting against the Prime Minister’s plans.
A vote of no confidence would be passed if a majority of MPs felt they did not have confidence in the government.
The last time there was a no confidence vote was against Labour in 1979 under James Callaghan.
Mr Snell added: “The Prime Minister, in calling this election, essentially says she doesn’t have confidence in her own government to deliver a Brexit deal for Britain.”
In response, Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn stated he also had no confidence in the government.
Mr Corbyn also congratulated Mr Snell on his recent by-election win in Stoke-on-Trent Central.