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Brexiteers who have been baying for Mrs May’s head ever since she agreed her outline deal with Brussels last month said a contest could take place next Monday. The PM will need 158 votes from Tory MPs to survive. One Tory said: “It could leave us without a Prime Minister over Christmas and New Year. But to be fair we haven’t really had one for some time now.”
Chief Whip Julian Smith leaves Downing Street, on Monday evening
Sir Graham Brady is a Tory MP and Chairman of the 1922 Committee
The putsch came as the PM launched a desperate whistle-stop tour of Europe to try and win fresh concessions on her Brexit deal to help get it through the Commons. But as she returned to Britain last night, ex-Tory
He labelled Theresa May a “blockage” to Brexit.
The PM was today planning to devote a Cabinet meeting to No Deal planning – including steps to bring forward the residency registrations of all EU nationals in the NHS.
Cabinet Ministers were preparing to demand she radically step up spending to strengthen her hand in negotiations with Brussels.
Boris Johnson arrives on his bike at the Palace of Westminster earlier in the day
Sajid Javid, 49, has been the Conservative MP for Bromsgrove since 2010
Jacob Rees-Mogg has accused Theresa May of ‘modelling herself on Humpty Dumpty’
Leading backbench Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg accused Mrs May of “modelling herself on Humpty Dumpty”, adding: “Her words mean ‘just what she chooses to mean – nothing more and nothing less’”.
Calls for the PM to delay Britain’s EU exit date grew as business chiefs warned of “serious casualties” from Parliament’s deadlock.
Labour infighting increased as Jeremy Corbyn was told he had a “duty” to table a vote of no confidence in the Government.
EU nations stepped up their own No Deal preparations yesterday.
Irish Foreign Secretary Simon Coveney said he was accelerating the recruitment of 1,000 customs staff.
The Republic is also talking to Brussels about making state aid available to Irish firms hit by the fallout of a No Deal on March 29.
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German industry group BDI demanded the European Commission present emergency No Deal plans.
And France’s Europe Minister Nathalie Loiseau said No Deal was now “not unlikely”.
French MPs have voted through new laws to prepare for a No Deal.