Uk Prime Minister Theresa May was going through tremendous pressure for fixing a date for her departure after failing Brexit opening remark, screening a European election that will present the United Kingdom still ruptured by divisions over its EU divorce.
The labyrinthine Brexit has taken back allies and foes alike and with the standoff in London, the fifth largest economy of the world confronts an array of alternatives along with an orderly exit along with a deal, a no-deal exit, a second referendum or an election.
The UK Prime Minister won the top job in the disorder which pursued the 2016 Brexit referendum, allegedly failed for getting the approval of the parliament for a separation agreement, she pitched as an option to mend the Brexit divisions of the country.
But her last opening remark, providing the prospect of a probable second referendum and familiar trading arrangements with EU, prompted a revolution by some Brexit-led ministers along with the registration of Andrea Leadson on Wednesday.
According to the media, more ministers could resign. Leadsom one time challenger to the Uk Prime Minister said in a resignation letter, “ “I no longer believe that our approach will deliver on the referendum result”. The UK Prime Minister has presented rigidity amid one of the most thunderous premierships of the current British history, had pledged to leave office if legislators sanctioned her Brexit deal but she is now under intense pressure for informing a date.
The chairman of the powerful Conservative 1922 Committee, which can make Prime Ministers, said the legislators which the UK Prime Minister decided to campaign in the European polling before meeting with the group on Friday for discussing her leadership.
The newspaper reported that the UK Prime Minister would announce a date for her departure on Friday. The UK Prime Minister will remain as Prime Minister while her successor is selected in a two-stage proceeding, as per the media.
1922 Committee Chairman Graham Brady told the reporters, “ I will be meeting the prime minister on Friday following her campaigning in the European elections tomorrow and following that meeting I will be consulting with the 1922 executive”.
Almost after three years, United Kingdom polled 52% in a referendum for leaving the EU, though it remains unclear how, while or even if it will leave the European club it joined in 1973. The recent deadline for leaving the European Union is 31st October.
The hindrance to Brexit means that the voters across the United Kingdom are going to the polls on Thursday in a parliamentary election of Europe which has been fought almost exclusively over the EU divorce. According to the published polling data opened, Nigel Farage Brexit Party was on course to win and Conservatives of Theresa May are on course very badly.