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IT’S ON: Boris Johnson and David Davis In SECRET Talks To Replace May, Mogg Would Be Chancellor

BORIS Johnson and David Davis are in secret talks to decide who will replace Theresa May following a vote of no confidence expected this week.

According to the Sunday Express, the two men – who QUIT the cabinet in July over Chequers have held a ‘mini-summit’ to decide who will replace the weak and wobbly PM if she is toppled and would both put their names forward in a potential Tory leadership battle.

Jacob Rees-Mogg would become Chancellor if Boris becomes PM and is he said to be privately supporting Mr Johnson.

There would also be senior jobs in a ‘Brexiteer Cabinet’ with members of the ERG including former Brexit minister Steve Baker.

Polls show that the Tories are being beaten by Labour and UKIP are on the rise thanks to Mrs May and her Brexit sellout.

Mogg said last night: “We cannot accept this deal and if the leader won’t change her policy then we must change the leader.”

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  1. Barbara Brown

    November 18, 2018 at 19:23

    Mrs. May must go , she has been given every opportunity to change tack. She is wedded to Chequers and her masters. Time will show what terrible things have been done to keep us in the EU including trying to trash our economy with Carney. Drain the swamp !

  2. Hilary

    November 18, 2018 at 20:40

    We have to change the way we vote – our country cannot take another term of the corrupted, self-serving, new-left, tory/labour pact. It is destroying our country and the very souls of the citizens who have to pay for a government who answers only to itself and foreign warmongers

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