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10 July 2018, 06:32 | Glen Norman
GETTYDavid Davis has resigned as Brexit Secretary
Monday's resignations might have left the prime minister with a more pliable and supportive cabinet, our correspondent added, while her future could depend on how Brussels reacts to her Brexit proposals.
Johnson warned Monday as he quit as foreign secretary that the Brexit "dream is dying" and Britain is "headed for the status of colony" with its plan to stay close to the EU.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Mrs May should make way for a Labour administration if her Government can not get its act together quickly.
His resignation this afternoon from the Foreign Office, in response to May's Soft Brexit plan agreed at Chequers on Friday, and following the resignation of Brexit secretary David Davis last night, ends a period of political prevarication we haven't seen since Boris Johnson couldn't make up his mind about whether to back Leave or Remain at the European Union referendum.
They were told that they would be able to manage their own immigration policy, repatriate the sums of United Kingdom cash now spent by the European Union, and, above all, that they would be able to pass laws independently and in the interests of the people of this country. They have organised a highly successful Commonwealth summit and secured record worldwide support for this Government's campaign for 12 years of quality education for every girl, and much more besides.
Under Conservative Party rules, a leadership race could be triggered if at least 48 of her MPs declared their support for one.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Mr Johnson and Mr Davis had abandoned a "sinking ship", shattering the "illusion of unity" initially surrounding the Chequers plan.
Meanwhile, the pound fell against the dollar and the euro following Mr Johnson's resignation, with analysts warning it was likely to fall further if he launched a leadership challenge to Mrs May.
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