'Let's come together,' PM May tackles Brexit critics
'Let's come together,' PM May tackles Brexit critics
Johnson's Brexit salvo jolts PM May ahead of Tory conference
03 October, 2018, 15:41
The Beaconsfield MP said he hoped that the Prime Minister would "come to see the benefit" of holding a so-called "People's Vote"- or "Losers" Vote', according to Brexit supporters - on Brexit, but warned that "if she insists on pressing on, I for one can not allow short-term party considerations to override the national interest".
In her closing speech to the Conservative Party's annual conference in Birmingham, central England, May will address accusations of a lack of confidence in Britain's future. But she put a positive spin on those talks, saying she was ready to consider to the EU's concerns.
A few streets away from the main conference venue in the English city of Birmingham, eurosceptic lawmakers told Reuters her so-called "Chequers" plans were dead and that parliament would vote them down.
"Some of the noisers off need to calm down", she told Sky News' Sophy Ridge on Sunday.
Sir Alan Duncan, who served as Mr Johnson's deputy at the Foreign Office, launched a ferocious attack on his former boss's "untidy mind", predicting to The Times he would never be PM.
Her remarks were an apparent riposte to Mr Johnson's implication, in an interview with the Sunday Times, that she was not fully committed to Brexit.
Lord Jones, a crossbencher in the House of Lords who was a minister in Gordon Brown's Labour government, saw his attack on the former foreign secretary widely applauded by Tory party members in the hall.
An Evening Standard poll reveals that just four in ten of party voters want her to to fight the next national vote, which has to take place by 2022, but could happen much sooner.
During the event, billed as the alternative Brexit Advance Coalition Conference, audience members were asked to vote on who would be best to lead the party.
Mr Davis warned Tory MPs would vote down any deal with Brussels if Mrs May gives up any more ground. "I think it would be the height of folly and irresponsibility to keep going back to the people with more general elections and more referenda".
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"We've made all the concessions we can".
Some have warned that the United Kingdom will have to make concessions on its agricultural standards in order to secure a free trade deal with America once Britain leaves the EU.
"I think Chequers will die one way or another - either in Westminster or Brussels", Mr Davis predicted.
Several members of the Cabinet are also known to be pressing privately for Mrs May to change direction and argue for a free trade deal based on the recent agreement between the European Union and Canada.
"It was a great speech, he was optimistic, he talked about Conservative values, and he talked about the opportunities if we do Brexit properly", Richard Tice, co-chairman of campaign group Leave means Leave, said after Johnson's speech.
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