Theresa May should stand down as Prime Minister next month, that’s what former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith has stated. This comes after the Prime Minister’s fragmented authority suffered a further setback as a major study revealed that Jeremy Corbyn was heading for No 10.
The Conservatives would lose 59 seats at a general election, making Labour the largest party in the Commons. Labour would win 34 seats and the Lib Dems 14 according to the analysis from Electoral Calculus for the Sunday Telegraph.
Experts have criticised the unexpected fall in support on Tory voters’ wrath at the Government’s failure to deliver Brexit, and Leave backers have been drawn back to either UKIP or Nigel Farage’s newly launched Brexit party.
Iain Duncan Smith announced the Prime Minister should quit before European Parliament elections scheduled to be held on May 23, even though we know the Prime Minister has previously stated that she’s going, she said she would go as and when the deal was confirmed, which was looking at around May or June.
What the Prime Minister had to do is now direct everything in the direction of a departure before the Euros which would then enable her to walk away having done what she said she would do, getting the United Kingdom out of the European Union one way or the other, and then we can have another leadership vote and choose a different leader.
The Conservative grandee said polling on the party was currently worrying and blamed dawdling Brexit to October 31 for the situation.
It came as Tory big beasts responded party rules could be altered, making it easier to remove the Prime Minister. Under the prevailing policy, a move upon the leader can only be conducted once in a 12-month period, but Theresa May dismissed an attempt to remove her last December and so would not expect to face the prospect of another potential endeavour to overthrow her until the end of the year.
Yet, two former chairmen of the 1922 Committee of backbench Tory MPs stated that the rules could be modified, and Cabinet Office Minister, and Theresa May’s de facto deputy, David Lidington, announced discussions between the Government and Labour on Brexit would proceed.
Mr Lidington told BBC1’s The Andrew Marr Show that they were certainly going to continue next week, and that he had a good, professional meeting with John McDonnell, and that what they’ve agreed is a schedule of meetings on particular subjects with ministers and shadow ministers concerned getting together to discuss things like environmental standards, like worker’s rights, and security relations between the United Kingdom and the EU.
And what they would hope is to take stock of where they are as soon as Parliament gets back following the Easter break, but he doesn’t believe that this issue can be permitted to drag out for much longer, and as government, they have perpetually made it explicit that while they will do their best to seek and strike a settlement with the main opposition party, it would involve give-and-take on both sides.
And if that doesn’t work then what they will want to move towards is to put before Parliament a collection of options with a method for making a decision and Parliament actually having to come to a preferred choice, rather than voting against everything.
Can you believe the unmitigated temerity of these Tories, with a failed leader of the Tories, a failed Department for Work and Pensions minister who’s now swiftly decided he’s got a conscience because maybe he now wants to put his helmet in the ring for leadership?
There are numerous people out there that don’t like Theresa May, I mean, who the hell does she think she is, and at the moment she seems to be carnivorous, and nefarious and holds disdain of people beneath anyone who is wealthy.
Thousands have died or committed suicide under Iain Duncan Smith’s watch with Ester McVey by his side, but if this was a caring and fair society, he along with the rest of his species should have been locked away, with their assets and property being dispersed amongst the needy.
And I’m sure that Iain Duncan Smith is shocked that there’s anymore poor left in Britain, perhaps he thought he’d removed them all, but presently the quiet man is turning up the volume again, yet he’s the most tedious politician that we’ve ever had to listen to, and I wonder if he believes he might be invited to resume the mantle once again.
And haven’t the Tories used Brexit as a Trojan horse for an economic far right and Atlantic bridge takeover, and hasn’t the UK figured this out yet? Although they know that the voters wouldn’t vote for that, therefore all the secrecy.
Yet the Tories are getting away with their social suicide, slashing and privatising everything in site, further enriching themselves while they mislead society with Brexit. Let’s face it, Theresa May doesn’t look that stressed about it all, in fact, she’s looking rather self-satisfied with herself as she stands on her platform sabotaging Brexit.
And what about all those cuts they forced onto those in real need with their Universal Credit and frozen benefits and all the money they withdrew and wasted on Universal Credit, I mean, what was wrong with the old system? And is that why Theresa May doesn’t look like she’s under pressure with that self-satisfied look on her face, that self-satisfaction of having accomplished her mission of becoming Prime Minister, and the newspapers scaremongering us with fear.
However, is it to do with the Tories failure on Brexit or does it have something to do with the fact that the voters have ultimately realised that the Tories are perjurers and cheats? And who does Iain Duncan Smith think would succeed her, Bungling Boris Johnson, or funeral parlour Jacob Rees Mogg?
Honestly, after years of austerity cuts and turmoil on the people, none of them is actually fit for office, and would the people really trust any of them to run their bath, never mind run the country? Because there actually isn’t anyone to replace her that isn’t useless, and they’re all a detestable sociological infliction on society, and it’s sage advice from a well renowned ancient leader which is as relevant as his CV, which is probably notes scrawled on the back of his expenses form that he used to claim his breakfast.