The Ministers of the Cabinet of Theresa May can prepare her resignation

A number of British media published materials stating that the Ministers of the Cabinet of Theresa May are going to achieve her resignation in order to “save “Brexit”. Relevant materials posted on their websites The Sunday Times, The Telegraph and The Daily Mail.

So, according to the political editor of The Sunday Times Tim Shipman, we are talking about a” full-fledged conspiracy”, which involves at least 11 members of the government.

“The end is near. She will leave the post in 10 days”, – the journalist of one of these Ministers quotes. The interview with May is scheduled on Monday, March 25.

The post of May for the transitional period may be held by the head of the Cabinet Secretariat, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster David Lidington. Among other contenders are the Minister of environment Michael Gove and foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt, writes Tim Shipman.

The Telegraph, in turn, notes that an increasing number of politicians from the Conservative party of Great Britain “both privately and publicly” say that Theresa May should “leave Downing street, or at least transfer control of “Brexit” to members of his Cabinet.

Several conservative parliamentarians, in turn, left records in social networks with the demands of the resignation of the Prime Minister. “She did everything she could. Nevertheless, the country is angry. Everyone feels cheated”,Conservative party member George Freeman wrote on Twitter.

Previously, on March 23, about 1 million opponents of the “Brexit” came to the demonstration in London, demanding to hold a second referendum.

The action was supported by representatives of various political parties, including the head of the Scottish government Nicola Sturgeon and the leader of the “Liberal Democrats” Vincent cable.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
Function: Editor