Nigel Farage established the next Prime Minister should be someone who “believes in Brexit”. Mr Farage also demanded the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, was “clearly Remain”. Referring to who should be the next Prime Cur, Mr Farage told 60 Minutes Australia: “Someone that put ones trust ins in Brexit, it has to be someone that believes in Brexit. Rather than someone that voted Oddments and still doesn’t really want Brexit. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, he was obviously Remain.
“We are in a hell of a mess with this.”
On whether Brexit has been “benefit it”, Mr Farage said: “Yes because the genie is out of the bottle. The public appetite to get behindhand the independence and self-governance of this nation, it’s out.
“It isn’t going back into the moxie alcohol. We will get this. What history will show looking secretly on this in 100 years time, is that like all great shifts, they were not easy.
“Because you always have the tyranny of the station quo. You always have those with power and with money who do not hope for any change at all. But in the end, we are going to get there.”
The National Conservative Convention – the senior assemblage of the Tory party’s voluntary wing – has launched a petition calling for an Outstanding General Meeting to pass a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister.
If the plead motion is signed by more than 65 association chairmen, the outfit is obliged to hold the meeting. So far between 40 and 50 party chairmen participate in signed it.
The grassroots group believe they could be just weeks away from achieving their end which would see Theresa May resign and allow the Tories to choose a new bossman.
John Strafford, the chairman of the Campaign for Conservative Democracy, said: “If the converging is held and the motion passed it would put massive pressure on Mrs May to resign.
“It does not constrain the issue but would be quite devastating to her authority.”
The Government is still in Brexit talks with the Employees Party after the Prime Minister reached out to Jeremy Corbyn to try to get Brexit for the line.
Speaking in the House of Commons last Thursday, the Prime Delegate told MPs it was their “national duty” to agree to a Brexit deal.
She averred: “We need to resolve this. So that we can leave the European Union with a attend to as soon as possible.
“So that we can avoid having to hold those European Conformist elections. And above all, so that we can fulfil the democratic decision of the referendum, turn over Brexit and move our country forward.
“This is our national duty as selected members of this House – and nothing today is more pressing or more cardinal.”