May: Back me and sack me

According to reports, the Prime Minister told Conservative backbenchers at the 1922 committee that she would resign as leader in an attempt to gather the necessary support to pass her Brexit deal.

Commenting, Best for Britain's CEO, Eloise Todd, said:

“There's no way Labour MPs can leave future Brexit negotiations at the mercy of a Tory leadership psychodrama.

"Those considering voting for her botched deal should see this and think again. They would be handing a blank cheque to people intent on scrapping rights and protections for workers, and sending this country down a path of social and economic inequality.

"This is further proof that any deal, be it the government's or another, needs to be put to the people to have the final say. The public did not vote for this backroom dealing."