Published: Sun, July 14, 2019

Former British PM warns of Brexit crisis for Queen

Former British PM warns of Brexit crisis for Queen

Britain's Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson during a visit to the port of Dover, southeast England, while on the campaign trail, Thursday July 11, 2019.

"It had been incredibly frustrating that MPs on either side of the Leave-Remain divide had got so sort of entrenched that they just were not willing to make that compromise that would enable us to get the majority to get this through", May said in a BBC interview in 10 Downing Street on Friday.

The polemical candidate is now trying to shut down the parliament, though some have warned him that such a move, which would force a no-deal Brexit, would tear down the government and even some may take legal actions against him.

Nick Boles, the former Tory MP now sitting as an Independent, was withering, tweeting: "So she will let Boris Johnson drive her home after all - so long as it's in a ministerial limo".

"Boris is, I believe the necessary choice for our Prime Minister at this crucial time and moment in history", she said.

Describing herself as an "unfashionable politician", May admitted to making mistakes in handling Brexit, and went on admit that the possibility of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister was her biggest fear.


Commenting on the poll, the Guardian newspaper said: "We won't know for sure for another 12 days, but in the past these surveys have been a fairly reliable guide to how people vote in internal Conservative elections".

"I will continue to argue vigorously against a no-deal Brexit".

In his interview with Mr Neil, Mr Hunt said he was convinced German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other European leaders were ready to allow Theresa May's rejected Withdrawal Agreement to be renegotiated. "I sat down and tried to get a compromise with [Opposition Leader] Jeremy Corbyn to try to get a deal that would get through Parliament", she said.

Alongside David Gauke and Greg Clark, Rudd previously attempted to force Theresa May torule out no-deal ahead of the original Brexit deadline of March 29.

"So I'm not saying this is going to happen but this is what it's being discussed", she added.

"I sacrificed my job in order to try to get a deal".

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