UK Prime Minister and her resentful cabinet are conferencing to decide whether to end the cross-party Brexit discussions with Labour that have failed to gain in six weeks. Ministers of Pro-Brexit are discussing the Prime minister to invite on the bargainings after the recent meeting breaking up after two hours without making any crucial development. And a group of ex-cabinet ministers and senior Tories have recorded to the Prime Minister saying she will divide the party if she hit a deal with Labour for keeping the UK in a customs union along with the EU. Some 13 of former cabinet colleagues of the UK Prime Minister, along with Boris Johnson, as well as Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 Committee, are persisting her not to settle with Labour on Brexit.
The group also adds former defense secretaries Gavin Williamson and Sir Michael Fallon and the ex-Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, who like Mr. Johnson is a candidate of pro-Brexit Tory leadership.
In their letter, the MPs also alert the Prime minister a deal with Labour would not be uniting on her successor, which has been concerned with Labour during cross-party discussions.
They wrote, “we believe that a customs union-based deal with Labour will very likely lose the support of Conservative MPs like us, who backed the withdrawal agreement in March… and you would be unlikely to gain as many Labour MPs to compensate. ”
They also added, “more fundamentally, you would have lost the loyal middle of the Conservative Party, split our party and with likely nothing to show for it. ”.”No leader can bind his or her successor, so the deal would likely be at best temporary, at worst illusory.”
Jeremy Corbyn was also attempted persistently for pulling back Labour from the discussions during an intense meeting along with his MPs in which his Brexit policy came under encouraged attack from pro-Remain MPs.
Downing Street resources informed the cabinet would hold a “ substantial discussion” on whether to desert the cross-party discussions and many MPs are forecasting they will be called off.