London: On Friday, British Prime Minister Theresa May expressed willingness to quite after the Brexit referendum in June. May offered a time schedule to choose her successor after the next Brexit vote in the first week of June. The decision was followed by a meeting between Prime Minister and Troy MPs, who are demanding her stepping out.
May is all set to bring Brexit referendum for a fourth and final time in the House of Commons in June. If she losses votes she should be resigned. However she is yet to announce her date of departure.
Prime Minister survived a vote of confidence by the conservative MPs at the end of last year. Brexit was rejected by the House of Commons three times delaying May’s stepping down.
May is alienated over her Brexit decision even among her ministerial colleagues and she has no other option before but to quite. The senior lawmakers and ministerial colleagues are struggling to grip position after her.