DOZENS of Tory MPs have given Theresa May 10 days to shape up or face a vote of no confidence, according to yesterday’s Sunday Times.
The Prime Minister’s disastrous general election campaign, which ended with the Conservatives losing their majority, and her reluctant response to the Grenfell Tower inferno has split the party between those who want her to go now and those who want her to go soon.
In an unusual move, the government said that tomorrow’s Queen’s speech will be the last until 2019, lengthening the parliamentary sitting to allow more time for Brexit legislation to pass through the Commons and the Lords.
nLabour has overtaken the Tories in the polls following the shock general election result.
Research by Survation for Good Morning Britain gave Labour, on 44 per cent, a three-point lead over the Tories.