Ken Clarke has said that there is no prospect of an immediate general election, and therefore no chance of Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister.
‘There’s hardly anybody in the House of Commons who wants another election. Jeremy Corbyn might, because he has been carried away at Glastonbury and thinks he’s going to become prime minister, but he’s not’.
‘For those people who don’t like Theresa May, which is not me, I would say they’re doomed to be led by her for the next two or three years’.
These comments come despite the fact that Mr. Clarke said the Conservative party was ‘hopelessly split on Europe, and has no idea or collective agreement on what it wishes to do as it leaves the European Union’.
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