Tory MPs want May to set departure date

Sir Graham Brady

After a meeting of the backbench 1922 Committee, Tory MPs have decided not to make a rule change that could see the Prime Minister facing a no-confidence vote in June, but instead some are now applying pressure on No10 for the PM to set a departure date. The growing acrimony over her leadership comes as there is now very little sign that the Easter break did anything to aid the cause of the Withdrawal Agreement, which the Commons has already rejected three times. may has previously said that she will step down once her deal is agreed, but with so many still viscerally opposed to it, there seems to be little chance of her going under that rule any time soon.

Gerry is extremely frustrated with the Commons’ intransigence…

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