Labor Prepares Motion of No Confidence Against Theresa May
If the British Prime Minister Theresa May loses the vote in the House of Commons about her Brexit deal on Tuesday, the opposition party Labor will immediately submit a vote of no confidence. That will probably be voted on Wednesday, The Guardian reports Sunday.
According to the newspaper, all parliamentary members of Labor have been instructed to be present on Tuesday at the Brextemming.
People who are ill are also summoned. They must then also be ready for the motion. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn himself is also under pressure. Part of the party wants a new referendum about the Brexit.
For the motion of no confidence, Labor needs the support of other parties, including the Northern Irish DUP. He gives tolerance to May.
If the proposal is passed, May’s Conservative party has two weeks to form a new government. If that does not work, there will be new elections.