Resignation

Theresa May's Deal, Put Simply

Theresa May's Deal, Put Simply

“Currently Tory MPs are putting in their letters of no confidence and others are seriously contemplating doing so too.” George explains the events which followed the Prime Minister’s Cabinet Meeting on Wednesday


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Another Johnson Gone

Another Johnson Gone

“He has been open in his account for leaving, declaring that he couldn’t support Theresa May’s Brexit deal, and was quoted as saying it is essentially a choice “between vassalage and chaos.” Joe Monk analyses Jo Johnson’s resignation.


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Constituency Labour Party Votes of No Confidence, Put Simply

Constituency Labour Party Votes of No Confidence, Put Simply

“On 30 August, Frank Field resigned the Labour whip, primarily citing the widespread anti-Semitism within the party as his reason for resigning. However, it is believed that a no confidence vote in him by his local Constituency Labour Party (CLP) was also an important factor in his decision to resign, giving rise to the question – what is a CLP vote of no confidence?”


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