Some of British PM May’s lawmakers try to oust her even earlier: BBC political editor


LONDON (Reuters) – Lawmakers in Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party have begun a new push to oust her even earlier so that she doesn’t have the chance to put her Brexit compromise plan to a vote in parliament, the BBC’s political editor said.

“There is a new push to oust PM ASAP so she doesn’t have chance to put the bill forward being led by Nigel Evans – Tory (Conservative) backbench committee meeting today – one tells me ‘it’s Sunday’ – day when euro results come thro that it’s over,” Laura Kuenssberg said on Twitter

“Things have got worse for May overnight,” Kuenssberg said.

Reporting by Costas Pitas and Guy Faulconbridge

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