Resigns as leader, but stays on as PM to meet Trump and attend 75th anniversary of D Day memorial..oh and until Tories elect new leader.Theresa May is back in the building - has arrived at no10— iain watson (@iainjwatson) May 24, 2019
And expected to meet sir Graham Brady soon
"May has managed to make a terrible situation worse, and it is clear that aside from being delusional she is deliberately trying to make the situation untenable/unfeasible for whoever replaces her as PM.
When a leader goes mad he/she abrogates the right to loyalty and must be removed immediately, lest that person builds their funeral pyre on the lives of others!"
"A really stupid, bovine thing to do."— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) May 20, 2019
Conservative MP Sir Nicholas Soames reacts to breaking news that the Tory whip has been removed from Lord Heseltine - after publicly endorsing the Lib Dems. pic.twitter.com/eY0x7JBw58
Change UK might not exist by the time of the next general election, interim leader Heidi Allen says - and hints at a merger with Lib Dems: “The format might be slightly different. I see a modern world of coalition” #r4today— Tom Newton Dunn (@tnewtondunn) May 20, 2019
A source close to Mr Brokenshire insisted he did not have four ovens, simply “two, normal double ovens.”https://t.co/tVqAvdiWOh— Dan Bloom (@danbloom1) May 14, 2019
WATCH | Wow. Conservative MP @CrispinBlunt calls on his party (under a new leader) to agree an electoral pact with the Brexit Party at the next General Election.— Leave.EU (@LeaveEUOfficial) May 13, 2019
Nigel has achieved more in British politics from the sidelines than the majority of MPs in the Commons put together! pic.twitter.com/C6a8mKSFAw
@GavinWilliamson guys, I realise this is a jolly jape etc...but please remember that the country is fucked because of jolly japes like this. If you have the slightest consideration for your fellow citizens, stop showboating and act with integrity, dignity and courage!— Ken Frost (@ken_frost) May 9, 2019
This is not an unusual view... bring bill back, it goes down unless miraculously Labour comes on board, so does May - hang on without doing so, then more humiliation at euros, then Peterborough maybe, then national convention, then forced out? https://t.co/tOwrbxyfP0— Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) May 9, 2019