Following the announcement by Theresa May that she will resign as leader of the Conservative Party on 7 June, Labour MEP Alex Mayer said:
“This really is turning out to be the longest goodbye in history. This is the third time she’s announced she’s going.”
In December the PM said she would quit before the next General Election then in March she said she would go before the next phase of Brexit negotiation started and last week she announced she would set a date after the EU withdrawal bill went back to the Commons.
Theresa May’s Premiership has been a disaster that has further torn our country apart. But what we need now is not a Tory leadership contest but a General Election. It is time for the Tories to admit they have no plan for Britain and put the country first.”