Theresa May could be sacked in less than 60 hours

Theresa May is under increased pressure after an unsuccessful summit in Brussels

British Prime Minister could be out of a job soon as she struggles to get Brexit negotiations extended.

Outraged Tories are rallying against her – and could invoke a vote of no confidence to get her sacked.

For a no-confidence vote to be triggered, 48 letters from Conservative MPs must be submitted to the party’s chairman and some have claimed that that threshold could soon be reached.

And it could happen sooner rather than later amid reports that 46 have already been submitted.

MP Nadine Dorries has already publicly announced her support, saying he should take over the negotiations.

David Davis
Brexit supporter David Davis is the most likely successor to Mrs May.

He already has some MPs publicly claiming, saying he should take over the negotiations.

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