Vice Presidents Party, British Prime Minister May Steps up to Brexit Plans. Two Vice Presidents of the British Conservative party are stepping up. Maria Caulfield and Ben Bradley oppose the Brexit views of Prime Minister Theresa May, reports British media.
May also saw two prominent politicians stepping in the past few days.
The Brexit Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs decided to resign because they do not agree with the Brexit proposal that the Prime Minister wants to present to the European Union (EU).
Bradley states in his letter of resignation that he can not defend Prime Minister May opposite the people in his electorate, mentioned 71 percent of chose for a British departure from the EU.
Caulfield has been asking since last Friday by many voters who do not support the prime minister’s course.
The departure of the two of the nine Vice-Presidents of the Conservatives is a new blow to May.
Her party is divided on what should be the consequence of the negotiations on the future relationship with the EU and, moreover,
has no majority in the British Parliament, where the Tories get assistance from the Northern Irish DUP.