Brexit and more : A fresh leadership challenge to Theresa May is now required.

Theresa May has made this country a laughing stock.  A fresh leadership challenge is long overdue.

  1. First, she is elected by 185 Conservative MPs who wanted to Remain in the EU without putting it to members, who would probably have refused her leadership, thereby has no mandate to govern this country from the people.
  2. Second, she stalls, stalls and stalls some more over Brexit, potentially either deliberately plotting to undermine it or through sheer incompetence, thereby incurring the wrath of the 17.4 million people who voted to leave the EU.
  3. Third, she makes us a laughing stock in the eyes of the EU who can’t understand why she isn’t getting on with Brexit.  Nor can any of us.
  4. Fouth, she sullies our relationship with the USA after allowing her Ministers and civil servants to rubbish Donald Trump, with obvious consequences.
  5. Fifth, she denounces Russian war crimes in Syria despite the fact that Russia is there by invitation of President Assad and is actually driving out ISIS and rebel forces.
  6. Sixth, she fails to win what should be an ‘open and shut’ case in the High Court over Brexit.

How much more evidence do we need that a fresh leadership challenge is required, this time put to the Conservative Party members?

One could argue the longer she vacillates, the better it is for UKIP.  Agreed.  However, the longer she vacillates the more money goes down the EU’s plughole, and a capacious one it is too (at the rate of £350 million per week). Plus hundreds of thousands more EU migrants arrive on these shores many of which have no money, no job and no place to stay, therefore require our taxes to fund their arrival and lifestyle.

There is plenty enough wrong with the way the Conservative Party is managing this country to give UKIP the opportunity to prosper without Brexit.

Here are ALL the conservative MPs who voted to leave the EU.  All of their e-mail addresses can be found on the Parliament website.  I suggest that every UKIP member writes a short e-mail to as many as possible stating it is time for a fresh leadership challenge to deliver an acceptable and swift Brexit. If nothing else, e-mail the first 7 on this list.

  • Boris Johnson – Foreign Secretary
  • David Davis – Brexit Secretary
  • Liam Fox – Overseas Trade
  • Andrea Leadsom
  • John Redwood
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg
  • Michael Gove

Suggested words for the e-mail you can copy and paste:

“Theresa May has made this country a laughing stock.  A fresh leadership challenge is long overdue.  She has no mandate to govern from the UK people, nor Conservative Party members, nor has she made any definitive progress over Brexit.  Under her leadership the country is deteriorating rapidly and people are getting very angry.  It is time for someone else to deliver what she patently can’t or refuses to.” 

And the rest of the Eurosceptics:

  • Chris Grayling
  • John Whittingdale
  • Theresa Villiers
  • Priti Patel
  • Nigel Adams – Selby and Ainsty
  • Adam Afriyie – Windsor
  • Lucy Allan – Telford
  • David Amess – Southend West
  • Stuart Andrew – Pudsey
  • Caroline Ansell – Eastbourne
  • Richard Bacon – Norfolk South
  • Steven Baker – Wycombe
  • Stephen Barclay – North East Cambridgeshire
  • John Baron – Basildon and Billericay
  • Henry Bellingham – North West Norfolk
  • Andrew Bingham – High Peak
  • Bob Blackman – Harrow East
  • Crispin Blunt – Reigate
  • Peter Bone – Wellingborough
  • Victoria Borwick – Kensington
  • Graham Brady – Altrincham and Sale West
  • Julian Brazier – Canterbury
  • Andrew Bridgen – Leicestershire North West
  • Fiona Bruce – Congleton
  • Conor Burns – Bournemouth West
  • David Burrowes – Enfield, Southgate
  • Bill Cash – Stone
  • Maria Caulfield – Lewes
  • Rehman Chishti – Gillingham and Rainham
  • Christopher Chope – Christchurch
  • James Cleverly – Braintree
  • Geoffrey Clifton-Brown – The Cotswolds
  • Geoffrey Cox – Devon West and Torridge
  • Christopher Davies – Brecon and Radnorshire
  • David Davies – Monmouth
  • Glyn Davies – Montgomeryshire
  • James Davies – Vale of Clwyd
  • Mims Davies – Eastleigh
  • Philip Davies – Shipley
  • Nadine Dorries – Bedfordshire Mid
  • Steve Double – St Austell and Newquay
  • Richard Drax – Dorset South
  • James Duddridge – Rochford and Southend East
  • Iain Duncan Smith – Chingford and Wood Green
  • George Eustice – Camborne and Redruth
  • Nigel Evans – Ribble Valley
  • Michael Fabricant – Lichfield
  • Suella Fernandes – Fareham
  • Mark Francois – Rayleigh and Wickford
  • Richard Fuller – Bedford and Kempston
  • Marcus Fysh – Yeovil
  • Nusrat Ghani – Wealden
  • Cheryl Gillan – Chesham and Amersham
  • Zac Goldsmith – Richmond Park and North Kingston
  • James Gray – Wiltshire North
  • Chris Green – Bolton West
  • Rebecca Harris – Castle Point
  • John Hayes – South Holland and The Deepings
  • Chris Heaton-Harris – Daventry
  • Gordon Henderson – Sittingbourne and Sheppey
  • Philip Hollobone – Kettering
  • Adam Holloway – Gravesham
  • Gerald Howarth – Aldershot
  • Stewart Jackson – Peterborough
  • Ranil Jayawardena – Hampshire North East
  • Bernard Jenkin – Harwich and Essex North
  • Andrea Jenkyns – Morley and Outwood
  • Gareth Johnson – Dartford
  • David Jones – Clwyd West
  • Daniel Kawczynski – Shrewsbury and Atcham
  • Greg Knight – Yorkshire East
  • Kwasi Kwarteng – Spelthorne
  • Edward Leigh – Gainsborough
  • Charlotte Leslie – Bristol NW
  • Julian Lewis – New Forest East
  • Peter Lilley – Hitchin and Harpenden
  • Jack Lopresti- Filton, Bradley and Stoke
  • Jonathan Lord (Con, Woking
  • Tim Loughton – Worthing East and Shoreham
  • Karen Lumley – Redditch
  • Craig Mackinlay – Thanet South
  • Anne Main – St Albans
  • Kit Malthouse – North West Hampshire
  • Scott Mann – Cornwall North
  • Paul Maynard – Blackpool North and Cleveleys
  • Karl McCartney – Lincoln
  • Jason McCartney – Colne Valley
  • Stephen McPartland – Stevenage
  • Stephen Metcalfe – Basildon South and Thurrock East
  • Nigel Mills – Amber Valley
  • Penny Mordaunt – Portsmouth North
  • Anne-Marie Morris – Newton Abbot
  • Sheryll Murray – Cornwall South East
  • Andrew Murrison – Wiltshire South West
  • David Nuttall – Bury North
  • Matthew Offord – Hendon
  • Owen Paterson – Shropshire North
  • Mike Penning – Hemel Hempstead
  • Andrew Percy – Brigg and Goole
  • Stephen Phillips – Sleaford and North Hykeham
  • Christopher Pincher – Tamworth
  • Tom Pursglove – Corby
  • Will Quince – Colchester
  • Dominic Raab – Esher and Walton
  • Laurence Robertson – Tewkesbury
  • Andrew Rosindell – Romford
  • Paul Scully – Sutton and Cheam
  • Henry Smith – Crawley
  • Royston Smith – Southampton Itchen
  • Andrew Stephenson – Pendle
  • Bob Stewart – Beckenham
  • Iain Stewart – Milton Keynes South
  • Julian Sturdy – York Outer
  • Rishi Sunak – Richmond, North Yorkshire
  • Desmond Swayne – New Forest West
  • Robert Syms – Poole
  • Derek Thomas – St Ives
  • Justin Tomlinson – North Swindon
  • Michael Tomlinson – Mid Dorset and North Poole
  • Craig Tracey – Warwickshire North
  • Anne-Marie Trevelyan – Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • Andrew Turner – Isle of Wight
  • Martin Vickers – Cleethorpes
  • Charles Walker – Broxbourne
  • David Warburton – Somerton and Frome
  • James Wharton – Stockton South
  • Heather Wheeler – Derbyshire South
  • Bill Wiggin – Herefordshire North
  • Mike Wood – Dudley South
  • William Wragg – Hazel Grove
  • Nadhim Zahawi – Stratford-upon-Avon

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