PARLIAMENT will vote on Treason May’s sell-out deal on Monday, December 10th and Theresa May is starting down the barrel of a humiliating and potentially career-ending defeat.
83 Tory MP’s from both the Brexit and Remain side have declared their opposition to the agreement but opponents of the agreement are claiming the actual number is closer to 100.
Mrs May faced stern criticism from her own backbenches today at Prime Ministers Questions. Andrew Rosindell told the Prime Minister that his constituents were very unhappy with the deal “which they believe does not represent the Brexit they voted for”. Later, Conservative MP Neil Parish said the deal was “not good enough as it stands”.
Trouble is also brewing on the continent. Spain and France have expressed opposition to the deal and Germany has threatened to boycott an emergency summit booked in for Sunday which is meant to seal the deal if the in-fighting continues. May will now have to return to Brussels on Saturday after her visit today.