Theresa May is facing another no-confidence vote, this time from Conservative members rather than MPs. And the political pressure could end her embattled premiership.
Conservative members have had enough
We have come to the conclusion that Mrs May, rather than being the solution to Brexit, is actually the block to Brexit
It is very unlikely Theresa May will preside over a substantive Queen’s speech. It will be for the next prime minister to set out their substantive agenda for the next phase of policy making.
The no-confidence vote from Tory members is not the only history May will have made. During her tenure, the prime minister also suffered the largest parliamentary defeat of all-time on her Brexit withdrawal agreement. And MPs found her administration in contempt of parliament, in a historic first.
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