Oh dear. The bulk of MPs haven’t even see Theresa May’s proposed deal yet but already suspicion is growing that it’s a stinker. In that vein, Jacob Rees-Mogg appeared on Newsnight on Tuesday evening where – in a significant change in tone – he appeared to suggest he could write a letter of ‘no confidence’ to 1922 chair Graham Brady in the near future if the rumours are correct.
The arch-Brexiteer who has previously said the policy – not May – ought to change, said there would come a time when he can’t support her because she’s so tied to Brexit policy:
“There comes a point at which the policy and the individual become so intimately connected that it would be very hard to carry on supporting the person who is promoting this policy”
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) November 13, 2018
Watch this space.