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Theresa May May Quit

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Theresa May May Quit

Theresa May May Quit

Theresa May could step down in a matter of days.

Reports say her most senior ministers will on Monday tell her to quit after her leadership hit rock bottom.

The prime minister has lost the support of virtually all of the Conservative party after a week which saw her delay Brexit and blame Members of Parliament for the current crisis in Westminster.

Michael Gove and David Lidington are being lined up as temporary replacements.

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