UK PM Theresa May to be told to quit by top Conservative

UK PM Theresa May to be told to quit by top Conservative

The three Conservative MPs blamed "a shift to the right" in their party and the government's "disastrous handling of Brexit", while Labour MP cited their party's stance on leaving the European Union, along with the leadership's handling of anti-Semitism. The petition points out that the promised exit from the European Union has been delayed twice, branding her the wrong person to negotiate the deal with other bloc member states.

Most economists believe that a no-deal Brexit would plunge Britain into recession as customs checks take effect at United Kingdom ports and tariffs are imposed on trade between the United Kingdom and the EU.

The government wants to avoid United Kingdom participation, but that can only happen if Parliament ratifies a divorce deal by May 22 - an unlikely prospect.

Heidi Allen, interim leader of Change UK, set up by The Independent Group of MPs known as the TIGgers, launched their campaign in Bristol today.

The former Ukip leader said: "There are five million people that voted for Jeremy Corbyn and voted for Brexit as well and that's going to be our task". With departure now stalled, he is a favorite to replace May as party leader among pro-Brexit Conservatives.

Asked for her siblings' reaction to her decision to stand for the Remain-supporting party, she told The Telegraph: "I have entered politics to spend more time with my family".

The candidate, who has not previously been a member of a political party, described them as the "posers of Brexit" who were "selling the same old snake oil".

And - ominously for Prime Minister Theresa May - it's reported that the powerful backbench 1922 Committee of Conservative MPs is to tell her to go by the end of June.

Some Conservative lawmakers are discussing whether the rules could be changed to allow a new vote on May's leadership.

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He added: "I've joined this Remain alliance for three reasons: Stop Brexit, fix Britain, and move on to reform the EU".

She told the BBC: "I'm afraid the prime minister is conducting negotiations in such a way that the party does not approve".

"It's nothing to do with the individual, it is that people disagree deeply over Brexit". That would ruin May's hopes of persuading them to vote for her withdrawal agreement in the Commons.

If it is defeated, it can not be retabled unless the Government brings the parliamentary session to an end and presents a new legislative programme in a Queen's Speech, introducing delays which would nearly certainly dash hopes of avoiding the European elections.

The government is desperate to avoid participating in the poll, which is likely to be used by voters to express displeasure with the Conservatives.

He said it was important that the Labour Party expresses how its government would be able to advance socialist values by working with other parties inside the EU.

The crown in the jewel of the candidate applicants from "all walks of life" of "teachers, nurses, carers, ex-armed forces, public sector, and private sector" that were selected was former BBC journalist and CUK launch keynote speaker Gavin Esler, who called for a second referendum to stop the United Kingdom leaving the EU.

"The Brexiteers want Boris or Raab" said our source.

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