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Brexit Exit: BORIS JOHNSON, DAVID DAVIS, Steve Baker and Suella Braverman FLEE: UK Prime MInister Theresa May on the ropes as her cabinet ministers resign en masse,

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BORIS JOHNSON RESIGNS.

The people spoke = they want Brexit and the people are getting the shaft. May blew it.

The Brexit Secretary, David Davis has resigned along with two other ministers. There will almost certainly be a leadership challenge and May should be out.

Steve Baker and Suella Braverman have also quit the Government following Mrs May’s proposal.

Before the resignations, it was understood a leadership challenge against Theresa May was imminent with letters calling for a no-confidence vote piling up.

Letters are said to be being lodged with Graham Brady, Chairman of the influential 1922 Committee.

Mr Davis was praised last night by Tory MPs including Jacob Rees-Mogg, who said he would oppose Mrs May’s Brexit proposals.

Conservative MP Peter Bone supported Mr Davis’s decision, stating: “David Davis has done the right thing, a principled and brave decision.

BREXIT Secretary David Davis, along with two other ministers, resignedUK PM May on the ropes, as Brexit secretary last night telling the PM her ‘third way’ customs deal would leave the UK in a ‘weak and inescapable’ position.David Davis QUITS sparking Tory rebellion & Brexit crisis – ‘I won’t sell out my country’

 

Boris Johnson resigns as foreign secretary, throwing Brexit into disarray – politics live

Guardian, July 9, 2018:

Follow live updates after Johnson follows David Davis in resigning from government; Dominic Raab replaces Davis as Brexit secretary

Full report: Boris Johnson resigns as foreign secretary
Dominic Raab appointed new Brexit secretary in reshuffle
David Davis resigns as Brexit secretary

Iain Duncan Smith, the Conservative former party leader and Brexiter, asks if any concessions will be offered to the EU.

May says when the white paper is published Duncan Smith will see that it contains some areas, such as involvement in agencies, where there will have to be a negotiation.

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