Theresa May faces COUP as MPs finally lose patience

UK - Theresa May’s time as Prime Minister is “all over”, rivals have warned, with a number of her Cabinet preparing a coup after finally losing patience with her botched Brexit negotiations. Chair of the No10 Policy Board and MP George Freeman this evening posted a scathing tweet, accusing embattled Mrs May of “betraying” the country after it emerged she caved in to demands for a second referendum vote, the result of which sparked fury from Brexiteers. Mr Freeman said: “I’m afraid it’s all over for the PM. She’s done her best. But across the country you can see the anger. Everyone feels betrayed. Government’s gridlocked. Trust in democracy collapsing. This cant go on. We need a new PM who can reach out and build some sort of coalition for a Plan B.”

MP Steve Baker followed suit moments later, claiming Michael Gove is being touted as a possible successor. Others have claimed Jeremy Hunt could also challenge Mrs May in a bid for number 10. Mr Hunt campaigned for Remain during the 2016 EU referendum, but changed his mind and is said to now be a staunch Brexiteer after he called the EU out for their “arrogance”.

A senior government source tonight said there was “complete unanimity” that Mrs May needs to step down immediately. This came after No10 threatened Tory Brexiteers with revoking Article 50 and cancelling Brexit entirely if they once again failed to back her deal. The Cabinet plot comes after a series of embarrassing defeats for Mrs May.

In January she suffered the worst defeat by any Prime Minister in the House of Commons in an attempt to push her controversial Brexit deal through Parliament. Her second meaningful vote also failed this month, prompting her to beg the EU for an Article 50 extension in a last ditch attempt to get her agreement through the Commons.

The move sparked fury, particularly when European Council President Donald Tusk gave her until April 12, scrapping the original March 29 leave date altogether. That third meaningful vote was blocked by Commons Speaker John Bercow, who said he would refuse the vote on her deal unless changes to it were made. His intervention was part of an age-old law from 1604. Mrs May gave a statement outside No10 saying she would fight to deliver Brexit.

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