Brexit rebels head for Chequers as Ministers deny plotting to oust May

Ministers deny plotting

Philip Hammond has admitted Theresa May’s Brexit deal might not be ready to get through the Commons, as senior ministers enraptured to quell speculation that the prime minister might be forced out withing days in an exceedingly Cabinet revolt.

Ahead of the prime minister’s meeting with a bunch of senior Tory rebels at her Chequers country retreat, the chancellor revealed to Sky News’s Sophy Ridge on Sunday that Conservative colleagues were “very frustrated” and “desperate to find out a way forward”.

But as 2 ministers who had been named as potential interim successors, Michael Gove and David Lidington, played down speculation concerning the prime minister’s future, Hammond said that talk of pushing May out was “frankly indulgent at this time”



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One thought on “Brexit rebels head for Chequers as Ministers deny plotting to oust May

  • March 25, 2019 at 3:41 pm

    The law granting that U.K. will leave the EU on 29th March has already been ratified by Her Magesty the Queen. Once we are, again an independent Nation, we can nogociate a sensible deal with the EU from a point of strength.


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