FILE PHOTO – British Prime Minister Theresa May goes to a Brexit in Brussels after a press conference after an extraordinary EU summit (Belgium, 1
LONDON (Reuters) – A top Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party member will tell her next week that she has to resign by the end of June, or her legislators will try again to sell her, reported the Sunday Times, without mentioning sources.
In May, a vote of no confidence could be survived in December, and although the party laws mean lawmakers can not challenge them again until a year has passed, legislator Graham Brady will tell her that the rules will be changed if they do not announcing, the newspaper said.
Brady, chairman of the 1922 Conservative Party's Hillbilly Commons, will tell her that 70 percent of her MPs are calling for a resignation from their dealings with Brexit, the Sunday Times said.
The UK was originally scheduled to leave the European Union on 29 March, but this deadline was postponed to 12 April and then again to 31 October, as May broke through no impasse in parliament as part of Brexit.
Reporting by Andy Bruce; Edited by Daniel Wallis