UK Prime Minister Theresa May is making a statement in the Downing Street briefly, amid expectations, she will declare the date of departure. According to the sources, they believe the Prime Minister will give a deadline for her successor to be selected, with 10th June is supposed to be the starting of the leadership race.
She is in Downing Street and was due to discussion to the Tory backbench chairman. She has been under pressure for resignation, after a counterblast by her own MPs against her latest Brexit plan.
Since, January, Parliament has declined the pulling back of the withdrawal agreement, which Mrs. May negotiated with the EU three times. The current attempts for finding a formal compromise with Labour also failed.
UK Prime Minister had decided to publish the Bill based on the withdrawal agreement on Friday- the legislation needed to bring the agreement into UK law -stating it as “ one last chance” for delivering Brexit.
However, her proposals along with a customs union organization and an offer to provide MPs a vote on holding another referendum – organized Tories. Labour said it was a “rehash” and they would not support the planning.
The Chairman of the 1922 Committee of Conservative backbenchers, Sir Graham Brady is meeting the Prime Minister on Friday morning.
It is supposed that she confronted the probability of additional steps by the Conservative MPs for pushing a vote of no confidence in her, she did not name the date of her departure.
Andrea Leadson leaves as Commons leader in the evening of Wednesday, claiming she no longer trusted the approach of the government would “ deliver on the referendum result”.
Mrs. Theresa May met Home Secretary Sajid Javid, as well as Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt at Downing Street, where they are understood to have presented their worries about the withdrawal bill. Ministers expect the campaign for the next Conservative Party leader can be ended by the end of July.
A leadership contest starting on 10th June would emerge after the visit of the state from US President Donald Trump and the Peterborough by-election. More than 12 conservatives are seriously pondering running, according to Laura Kuenssberg said, with former foreign secretary Boris Johnson recently seen as the front runner.
But the former cabinet minister Ken Clarke told the media, “the idea that he’s a shoo-in is nonsense … the person expected to win hasn’t won one of these for a very long time as far as I can recall. ”