Brexit is now 'guerrilla war': Backbench Tory rebels give Theresa May ONE WEEK to tear up her Chequers plan before unleashing a no-confidence vote in her leadership | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Brexit is now 'guerrilla war': Backbench Tory rebels give Theresa May ONE WEEK to tear up her Chequers plan before unleashing a no-confidence vote in her leadership

Theresa May is facing a relentless 'guerrilla war' to make her drop her Brexit blueprint.

Two senior Tories yesterday became the latest to quit, telling the Prime Minister her Chequers plan would damage their party and Britain.

A ringleader of the Eurosceptic revolt warned of a resignation every day until Parliament goes into recess in a fortnight.

Mrs May has been given a one-week ultimatum to conceive a new plan or else face a no-confidence vote, The Daily Telegraph reported.

The group threatening the prime minister said it has 48 MPs prepared to write to the 1922 Committee, thereby triggering a ballot on Mrs May's leadership.

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