Theresa Might faces contemporary Brexit disaster as Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson’s parliamentary aide quits over Northern Eire backstop

Theresa Might faces contemporary Brexit disaster as Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson’s parliamentary aide quits over Northern Eire backstop

THERESA Might is going through a contemporary Brexit disaster this night after an aide to the Defence Secretary QUIT over the Northern Eire backsto

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THERESA Might is going through a contemporary Brexit disaster this night after an aide to the Defence Secretary QUIT over the Northern Eire backstop.

Colchester MP Will Quince has resigned as a ministerial aide to Gavin Williamson, and mentioned he “implores” the Prime Minister to “discover one other approach”.

Will Quince has resigned as an aide to Gavin Williamson
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Writing within the Sunday Telegraph, Will Quince mentioned: “I wished to assist this Withdrawal Settlement, and I nonetheless wish to assist it, however until the backstop is addressed to incorporate both an finish date or a unilateral exit mechanism, I can’t assist it and so am resigning from the Authorities as a Parliamentary Personal Secretary.

“I implore the Prime Minister to return to the European Union and discover one other approach, to make this Withdrawal Settlement one thing we will all assist.”

Quince, 35, is the newest Authorities determine to resign over the Brexit deal.

On November 30, Universities and Science Minister Sam Gyimah turned the seventh determine to resign from Authorities.


He plunged the PM into deeper turmoil by branding her plans “naive”.

Theresa Might faces a crunch vote to get the deal via parliament on December 11.

If the deal is lastly handed via Parliament, an EU withdrawal settlement invoice can be launched in early 2019.

But when MPs reject the deal, the Tory authorities has as much as 21 days to place ahead a brand new plan.

Any new settlement would then must be renegotiated with Brussels.


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