Premier & # 39; is toast if Brexit is delayed again & # 39 ;: Tory rivals are already preparing for strike if Boris Johnson fails to deliver on its promise to get the UK out of the EU before October 31
- Sources say that rivals will strike if Mr. Johnson does not remove the UK from the EU before October 31
- MPs say they are silently approached by Remain and leave wings of celebration
- They claim that Mr. Johnson's credibility is being passed over & # 39; if he fails to deliver
- The maneuvering is done by loyalists from the prime minister & # 39; madness & # 39; mentioned
- But a member of parliament said his vow to stop by the end of next month & # 39; do or die & # 39; the problem was
The prime minister faces a Tory conspiracy to expel him if he fails to deliver Brexit by Halloween.
Sources from Tory showed that rivals are already preparing to strike if Johnson fails to keep his promise to get the UK out of the EU before October 31.
MPs say they are silently approached by both Remain and Leave wings of the party claiming that the credibility of Mr. Johnson is being passed on & # 39; if he does not keep his promise.
The maneuvering is by Johnson loyalists & # 39; madness & # 39; mentioned.
But a Tory MP told The Mail on Sunday that the Prime Minister's promise to do & # 39; do or die & # 39; was the problem.
He said: & # 39; That promise means that Boris is already walking around with a knife in him. He just waits or someone stops it deeper. The argument is that if we are not on the road when the clocks strike on October 31 at 11 p.m., Boris is toast if he does not resign. & # 39;
The prime minister has insisted that he would rather & # 39; die in a ditch & # 39; is then to request a further expansion of the Brexit.
Tory sources revealed that rivals are already preparing to strike if Johnson (shown on Saturday in Manchester) fails to deliver on his promise to get the UK out of the EU before October 31.
But loyal Tory MPs reject claims that he should stop if Brexit doesn't happen on time, insisting that he & # 39; Remainer & # 39; Could blame Commons for thwarting the 2016 referendum result.
One said: & # 39; It will not be Boris who defies the wish of the British people. It will be the House of Commons and these other members of parliament who have never accepted the decisive vote of the Leave. & # 39;
Tory defector Phillip Lee will challenge Arch-Brexiteer and former colleague John Redwood for his Wokingham chair at the next election.
Now a Lib Dem, Dr. Lee, who currently represents neighboring Bracknell, must destroy Mr Redwood's 18,798 majority against Labor.
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