Saturday, 2 July 2022 – 17:22

Tory vice chairs quit in protest of PM Brexit Plan

Vice chairs of the Conservative party, Ben Bradley and Maria Caulfield, have quit due to their disagreement of Theresa May’s Brexit plan. 

Maria Caulfield supported the Leave campaign during the referendum as vice chairman for women while Bradley backed remain at the time. 

Mrs Caulfield told the prime minister that the Chequer’s plan would be “bad” for both the country and the party.

Both Caulfield and Bradley are merely two extra members who have quite due to the dispute over May’s Brexit plan. Foreign secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit secretary David Davis resigned only yesterday for the same reason.


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