THE MAYBOT STRIKES BACK: Embattled PM Rallies As Raab Backs May

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The coup against Theresa May, that one of the principal insitgators in Jacob Rees-Mogg describes as “not a coup”, looked to be losing momentum today.

Dominic Raab, the former Brexit Secretary, told Andrew Marr that despite the fact Theresa May was allowing the EU to “bully” Britain he still backed Mrs May.

Speculation still swirls around the number of letters of no confidence that Sir Graham Brady has actually received. This is undoubtedly part of the dissipation of the energy of the push by Tory rebels to unseat Mrs May.

However, Jacob Rees-Mogg is still the most senior figure to submit a letter and publicly argue the case for leader while senior figures who could rally more backbenchers such as David Davis and Boris Johnson appear to be keeping their powder dry.

Tory rebels also are doing little to counter Mrs May’s very own Project Fear. For example, not one has stated the plain truth that a General Election will only happen if Conservative MPs vote for it under the conditions imposed by the Fixed Term Parliaments Act. This is doubly true as the DUP are unlikely to back a move that could lead to a Labour Government.

In short, Tory rebels are making a complete hash brown of their attempts to remove the Prime Minister from office and in so doing potentially fatally damaging Brexit.

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6 Responses

  1. J.L.Kay says:

    Too many treacherous, back-stabbing Tories about. Re Boring Johnson, would you buy a used-car from this man? Please Jacob, make up your mind exactly what you DO want. Do you want to be responsible for a Labour government coming into office? I feel that Mrs May may have done her best in the squabbles with the spoiled, selfish, childish Euro freaks in Brussels. For the sake of British industry and to avoid a banking crisis, a bad Brexit is better than no Brexit and letting Anna Sourbelly rule the roost. I feel the Remainers and the Tory plotters need to get into the real world for a change, with the rest of us.


  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Quite frankly Darrell, Moggy is the best option for Tory leader and PM, since he seems to have a brain ! Also Davis seems to be well up with EU thinking ! One thing is plain to me, BoJo, who was a little late in confirming as a Brexiteer, looks like a clown and probably is, and since the EU are laughing at May and this Nation, is it wise to send in the clown ?
    Do you remember many suggestions of ‘Let Farage negotiate our departure’ ? Knowing the EU inside out would have brought about a new relationship, and in short order, but since he is not a Tory, we have had to suffer a bent bint who can’t champion this Nation !

  4. Stanley Cutts says:

    I feel that the Mogg is our only chance. What is he waiting for? Christmas? Just ditch the bitch and get us out of this mess !

  5. Stanley Cutts says:

    I feel that the Mogg is our only chance. What is he waiting for? Christmas? Just ditch the bitch and get us out of this mess !

    When push comes to shove, BREXIT is a very simple thing and easily achievable. All you have to do is walk! No divorce bill. WTO rules on trade. It’s the politicians who are making it complex so that they can muddy the waters and avoid making a decision. And then there’s the pressure from the EU mafia….tell them to get happy !

  6. Mark says:

    We have all been stiffed, thats it, its over, the Tory Brexit rebels are fake controlled opposition. Rees Mogg and the rest of them trusted that old bag, when there was no evidence that she could be trusted. “I fully support the Prime minister” How many times did we hear that. My local MP Mark Francois, who represents a 73% Brexit constituency, Having spent the last two years keeping a profile lower than a rattlesnakes tackle, said that May has behaved like Chamerlain in her surrender to the EU, but in reality it is the Brexiteers who have behaved like Chamberlain by repeatedly excepting the assurances of May that Brexit means Brexit until its too late to do anything about it.

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