British Prime Minister Theresa May must not quit. All the Tory MPs agree she should stay back to her chair until 2019 when the Brexit process is completed and United Kingdom finally bids adieu to the European Union.
Number of Tories are in the view that a leadership contest at this phase of Brexit process would risk the withdrawal process and also split the party over European issue.
The Brexit process kicked off earlier this year and is expected to be completed by 2019.
Currently all the European Union member states are looking to grab as much money possible out of Britain and this cannot be agree by any British government, including the one led by Theresa May.
The government would always try to agree an exit bill with some sort of guarantees on the nature of future relationships.
The PM is talking about a purpose beyond Brexit, which is the reform agenda that her government has set when she first stepped into No. 10.
Meanwhile, it is learned post-Brexit the United Kingdom will not come under the direct jurisdiction of Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice (ECJ), reveals a government policy paper.
May had earlier vowed to separate the country from ECJ’s jurisdiction too after Brexit, but the big questions lies about how future agreements between the entity will be enforced.
Presently about 1.2 million Britons live in different EU countries and the European Court of Juctice said they should continue enjoying the same rights.
May initiated Article Article 50 for the withdrawal of UK from EU in March this year.