British Prime Minister under pressure to resign following Brexit Chaos

The British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that she will quit as prime minister once her Brexit deal is delivered.

Theresa May is said to have made the promise in an address to Conservative MPs in parliament.

Her move, announced at a gathering of the Tories’ 1922 committee, is a last-gasp attempt to persuade her own party to back her EU withdrawal agreement, which has already been twice heavily defeated in the House of Commons.

Mrs May has told MPs:”I am prepared to leave this job earlier than I intended in order to secure a smooth and orderly Brexit”.
Mrs May offered no specific timetable, but one Tory MP said she gave a sense that she will be stepping down “reasonably soon” and acknowledged she had made “some mistakes”.

Mrs May offered no specific timetable, but one Tory MP said she gave a sense that she will be stepping down “reasonably soon” and acknowledged she had made “some mistakes”.

The prime minister had faced growing calls to reveal when she would resign, with some Brexiteers unwilling to see her lead the next phase of Brexit negotiations.

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