The increasing confidence of the Tory Brexiteers have supported enough to trigger a less-confidence vote in UK Prime Minister as the party leader. If 48 Conservative MPs submit letters to express they no longer assist her, a leadership challenge will be commenced.

There is no endorsement but sources , adding a cabinet minister, have said they trust 48 letters have been sent. The BBC has also been told the senior backbencher who accepts the letters has questioned to look the PM.

However, Sir Graham Brady, who leads the backbench 1922 committee, would make no statement.

The challenge from the backbench to Mrs May as Conservative leader has been led by those miserable at the Brexit treat she swinged, which they insist would keep the UK closely tied to the EU in the long term. Some Tories who voted the rest in the poll are unhappy too.

The backbench dispute to Mrs May as Conservative leader has been led by those distressed at the Brexit deal she concluded which they insist would keep the UK closely tied to the EU in the long term. If such a vote succeeded , it would begin the clock on a 14-day deadline to search a successor government which could direct confidence. Mrs May spent meeting and officials in the Hague , Brussels and Berlin in the efforts to retrieve her deal which is strongly protested by MPs of all the parties who voted both Leave and Remain in the EU referendum.

Her decision to detain voting on the terms of the withdrawal from the EU , which had been due to take place and also caused anger across the Commons.

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