A leading Eurosceptic lawmaker in the Conservative party has on Tuesday, said that the British Prime Minister, Theresa May needs to be replaced.
This is as as he urged colleagues to trigger a vote of no confidence in her leadership, Reuters reports.
“What I would like to happen today is for Conservative members of parliament to realize that we simply cannot go staggering forward any longer like this and I’m afraid to put their letters of no confidence in,” Steve Baker told BBC radio.
May, on Monday postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit withdrawal deal after it became clear it would be defeated to seek more concessions from the European Union but Baker said her policy was doomed for failure.
“If we can’t go forward with her deal … then I’m afraid the only way to change the policy is to change the prime minister and I really think it’ her duty to go,” he said.