PM May's Job Safe Until December, Promises To Provide EU Departure “Clarity” | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


PM May's Job Safe Until December, Promises To Provide EU Departure “Clarity”

Under Tory party rules, the leader cannot be subjected to a no-confidence vote until December, after defeating the last bid to unseat her four months ago.

Theresa May has narrowly escaped the threat of a challenge to her position as Conservative leader until at least December.

With senior MPs on the backbench 1922 Committee rejecting calls for changes to Party rules allowing for a no-confidence vote in the Prime Minister in the coming weeks, Theresa May can breathe a sigh of relief.

Nonetheless, May is expected to provide the Committee with "clarity" and a timeline regarding her plans to remain PM if her EU Withdrawal Agreement fails.

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