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Officer of the 1922 Committee Nigel Evans has said that there is now a “clamour” of calls for Theresa May to resign and that he wants her to confirm she will be stepping down as prime minister “today.”
Mr Evans made the comments on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on Tuesday after The Telegraph reported that backbench Members of Parliament are planning to change the party rules to force the prime minister to name her departure date.
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“I hope that she does accept the fact that the call for her resignation now is a clamour. It’s not just in Westminster, but we’ve had the news that 70 chairs of conservative associations throughout the country have now said that they reluctantly have no confidence in the prime minister,” Mr Evans told the BBC.
“When you’ve had four extensions to Article 50, when were told 108 times to leave the European Union on March the 29th and then she says at the dispatch box that she could countenance no extension beyond June 30th, but within days of saying that before the jelly had even set, she said October the 31st, you know then that there are severe problems,” he added.
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“I would be delighted today if she was announcing her resignation and then we could then have an orderly election to chose a leader of the Conservative Party. The only way that we can break this impasse properly is if we fresh leadership of the Conservative Party,” he said.
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