WINCHESTER’S MP has stated he might be backing the Prime Minister in tonight’s vote of no confidence.

Steve Brine tweeted out his help for Theresa Could earlier this morning after she made a press release on the steps of 10 Downing Avenue.

He stated: “I might be supporting the Prime Minister in tonight’s confidence vote. That is concerning the nationwide curiosity not personalities and bare ambition.

“Theresa Could has probably the most tough job possible and I believe, no matter your view of Brexit, this can be a time to face collectively.”

The Prime Minister has additionally acquired help from Meon Valley MP George Hollingbery. He stated: “I’ll help the Prime Minister in at present’s vote with out hesitation.

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“She has labored tirelessly in extremely tough circumstances to safe an EU withdrawal deal that delivers on Brexit – ending free motion, gaining management of our legal guidelines and seas and leaving the one market.

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“No-one will safe a greater deal than the one the Prime Minister has negotiated and a change of chief now will both delay or cease Brexit and makes completely no sense.

“We have to be clear right here: the one different is a no-deal Brexit that may hurt jobs and livelihoods throughout this nation. That’s an possibility I can not countenance and the parliamentary social gathering shouldn’t both.

“My agency perception is we should unite behind the Prime Minister and help her and this deal in any other case we run the chance of reneging on the referendum we proposed and vowed to honour and, perversely, the very Brexit many within the social gathering need passionately.”

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Mr Hollingbery had an in depth working relationship with Mrs Could, serving as her Parliamentary Personal Secretary from summer season 2016 till June 2018, when he was appointed Minister of State for Commerce Coverage on the Division for Worldwide Commerce.

The results of the vote will reported by introduced at 9pm tonight.

Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee confirmed the vote shortly earlier than 8am, saying he had acquired the required 48 letters of no confidence from Tory MPs to set off a poll on the management.

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