Tough Times For Theresa May’s Brexit Plans As “Minister Of Brexit” Resigns

The plans of British Prime Minister, Theresa May to achieve her Brexit plans may be set for difficult times ahead as important Minister of Brexit and Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson has resigned office.

“This afternoon, the Prime Minister accepted the resignation of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary,” a spokesperson for May said.
“His replacement will be announced shortly. The Prime Minister thanks Boris for his work.”
In a statement to MPs, May paid tribute to Johnson’s work as foreign secretary but said that “we do not agree about the best way of delivering our shared vision”.

His departure follows shortly in the wake of the departure of his colleague, the former Brexit Secretary David Davis, who resigned on Sunday after also refusing to endorse May’s Brexit strategy.

Eyebrows were raised after Johnson failed to appear at the Western Balkans Summit in London, which he was due to host on Monday afternoon.

Johnson reportedly told his Cabinet colleagues at their meeting at the prime minister’s official retreat in Chequers last week that the Brexit policy put forward by Theresa May was akin to “polishing a turd.”



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