As if the ultimate direction of Brexit was not enough to fight the British, speculation is rising that British Prime Minister Theresa May could resign – leaving the whole process in further doubt.
Downing Street refused to comment on speculation about the political future of May, although pressure on both of them within the Eurosceptic is rising circles and outside. The widely read tabloid The Sun, which had previously supported May, hit the premier's front page Monday with the headline "Time's Up, Theresa."
Out of courage "in office, she faced" new pressures ", and" the Prime Minister is urged to swear she will step back at the last minute to convince the Brexiteers that they have their deal in the commons Week should support. "
Several senior ministers said on Monday that they do not want May to step down, casting doubt on the alleged coup, but their position remains" fragile " Constantine Fraser, a European political research analyst with TS Lombard.
"Although their Cabinet seems to have given up a coup attempt over the weekend, May's position is still very fragile," he said in comments sent to CNBC. [1