MP Will Quince resigns over Brexit deal in latest blow to Theresa May
Will Quince, Tory MP for Colchester, has give up as ministerial aide to Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson, a Government supply printed this night.
The baby-kisser advised The Sunday Telegraph: “I sought after to fortify this Withdrawal Agreement, and I nonetheless need to fortify it, however until the backstop is addressed to come with both an finish date or a unilateral go out mechanism, I can’t fortify it and so am resigning from the Government as a Parliamentary Private Secretary.
“I implore the Prime Minister to return to the European Union and to find otherwise, to make this Withdrawal Agreement one thing we will be able to all fortify.”
Dad-to-two Quince, who grew up in Berkshire, was once first elected on the 2015 basic election as MP for Colchester.
But the 35-year-old is the latest in a string of politicians, together with high-profile MPs, to give up since Mrs May unveiled her plan.
Sam Gyimah, the colleges minister, dubbed the Brexit plan “naive” in November when he give up.
The Prime Minister shared her draft Withdrawal Agreement closing month.
She held a aggravating emergency assembly along with her closest cupboard ministers this week to plot a final ditch try to get the beleaguered Brexit deal via parliament.
But probably the most Prime Minister’s key allies had been left annoyed that she failed to pay attention to their issues over the size of the crashing defeat at the playing cards.