Explainer – Breaking the deadlock over Brexit: Is Britain heading for a general election? Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: News
Dunno about anyone else, but an explainer of where we are in the Brexit quagmire is always welcome.
This via the folks at Reuters.
- Last week … May's comment that she feared "we are reaching the limits of this process in this House", was seen by many as a hint she could be moving towards an election.
- The Sunday Times reported her media chief, Robbie Gibb, and her political aide Stephen Parkinson were pushing for an election.
- But the deputy chair of her Conservatives, James Cleverly said on Sunday the party was not planning for an election, while justice minister David Gauke warned it would not solve the issue over the way forward on Brexit.
The Reuters piece goes on with:
- HOW CAN AN ELECTION BE CALLED?
- WHO WOULD LEAD THE CONSERVATIVES INTO AN ELECTION?
- WHAT WOULD THE CONSERVATIVES' POSITION BE ON BREXIT?
- WHAT DO THE OPINION POLLS SAY?
- HOW QUICKLY COULD AN ELECTION BE HELD?
Link above for the details.