SOUTHAMPTON and Romsey MP Caroline Nokes has backed Prime Minister Theresa Might forward of a Tory management contest.
The Conservative politician says Mrs Might has her “full help” and is the “greatest particular person” for the job of Prime Minister.
Ms Nokes in an announcement on Twitter stated: “The PM has my full help.
“Brexit was by no means going to be straightforward and we have to again her to ship on that and our home programme.
“Being PM is a phenomenally tough job and she or he is the perfect particular person for it.”
It comes as fellow Southampton MP, Royston Smith, additionally gave the Prime Minister his backing.
He informed the Echo: “The timing shouldn’t be good.
“You ask her to go to EU and you’ve got a confidence vote. Now shouldn’t be the time.
“Let her get by way of this and no less than previous Christmas first.
“I’m not totally positive that the Prime Minister is the best Prime Minister for the distant future.
“If there was to be a vote of no confidence, I am undecided who I want to take that place.
“I’d have to consider it fastidiously. There’s lots of youthful folks coming by way of from the 2010 and 2015 consumption that could be the folks of the longer term.”
It comes as Mrs Might promised to combat a management contest with “all the things she’s received”.
Talking exterior Quantity 10, Mrs Might stated that altering Conservative chief would “put our nation’s future in danger and create uncertainty after we can least afford it” and will result in Brexit being delayed or prevented.
She insisted she would keep on to “end the job” she has set herself as Prime Minister.
Mrs Might’s assertion happened an hour after it was confirmed the chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee, Sir Graham Brady, had obtained the 48 letters of no confidence from Tory MPs required to set off a poll on the management.
The vote will happen between 6pm and 8pm on Wednesday, with the end result introduced quickly afterwards.
Mrs Might must safe the votes of 158 MPs – half the parliamentary social gathering plus one – to stay as Conservative chief, although a vote of 100 or extra towards her will increase questions on whether or not she will be able to proceed.
If she wins, one other problem can’t be mounted towards her place as Tory chief for a 12 months.
Quick statements of loyalty for the Prime Minister had been issued by Cupboard ministers, together with a number of who’ve been named as potential contenders to be her successor.